How Schools Teach Victims and Abusers: Leadership Lessons From Michigan State

How many voices does it take? Is one child enough to cause a leader to set everything else aside and listen? Will 20 voices make the difference if one story doesn't create enough credibility or move a leader to action? Or is it hundreds? When does the conscience of a leader take over and compel the defense of a student even if it might cost adults a job or an institution financial support? Both Michigan State and USA Gymnastics have given us examples these past few months....and those examples have been bad ones.It took an outsider to believe the girls. How sad is that? Yet, how grateful can we be that finally there was someone who listened? Read more...

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