Misguided Obsession

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BLOG POST #173: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific crime involving a 30-something high school band and orchestra teacher.

He’d been a teacher with the school district for eleven years when he was caught stalking and harassing students.

The Obsession

The teacher became fixated on a 17-year-old male student in his band class.

The teacher told the boy he had a crush on him.

There were invitations to house parties where alcohol was being served.

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Abuse of Power

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Robin Lyons BlogBLOG POST #172: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific crime involving a middle school science teacher.

Being a school teacher involves so much more than teaching. Parents trust teachers to not only educate their children but also keep them safe. When a teacher violates that trust—whether it’s at school or not—too often, it’s criminal.

The Crime

This case involves a woman whose identity is protected because the abuse she suffered began when she was 10-years-old. And because she was a minor for most of the time she was abused, much of the case detail is also protected.

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Volunteering in 5th-Grade

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Sadly, there was a school shooting this week at a middle school in Indiana. The motive is unknown. Someone learned of the threat and called in to report it. The authorities acted fast, the school went into lock-down, and the only casualty was the shooter who took his own life. My heart hurts for all involved including the family of the deceased. Brave accolades go to the person who saw something and said something.

If you’re new to receiving my shared research, thank you for joining the reader club. Now, prepare to be shocked (even more so if you’ve worked in a school setting).

BLOG POST #170: This week, I’m sharing research on specific criminal cases involving 5th-grade students—15 girls to be exact—a superintendent, school principal, math teacher, and teacher’s aide.

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Disgraced High School Principal

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Robin Lyons BlogHave you checked your teenager’s cell phone photos recently? You might want to take a peek. Nude photographs of underage girls were plentiful and readily available for this high school principal.

BLOG POST #161: This week, I’m sharing research on a specific criminal case involving a high school principal.

The married, father of three had been the high school principal for three years. Before advancing to the principal, he’d worked as a high school teacher.

Busted

His downfall began when a former student learned nude photos she had taken for her boyfriend while in high school were on the internet. She went to the authorities.

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Teenagers Sexting

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Robin Lyons BlogGoogle ‘Sexting’ and there are plenty of headlines.

Anytime is the perfect time to share sensitive but important information regarding texting or more specifically, sexting with your teenager.

The consequences for sexting can derail a teenagers future plans for college.

When a parent is asked if their teenager is sexting, most if not all would respond, “Not my son/daughter.” Yet sexting is on the rise faster than the stock market in an up-period.

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