Loudoun County seems to have problems with people keeping their pants on. In more ways than one.
BPR: Loudoun County Public Schools has been exposed for allegedly not recording a number of sexual assaults that reportedly occurred on school premises dating back several years, despite being required to do so by law.
Such incidents are required to be reported to the public and school superintendents are to be held personally liable for any violations according to the Daily Wire who did a follow-up story on Thursday focusing on Scott Smith, whose ninth-grade daughter was allegedly raped in a high school bathroom. Another student was allegedly assaulted by the same gender-fluid 15-year-old boy at a different school as well.
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“NEW ON LOUDOUN: In 2018, a boy was held down while other boys ‘inserted objects into the victim’ in a locker room. The culprits were arrested. Loudoun told the state that zero sexual assaults occurred in that school that year, and every year since,” tweeted Luke Rosiak, the author of both pieces.
The Virginia Department of Education is now rushing to cover itself over this latest revelation. Spokesman Charles Pyle asserted that “VDOE is reviewing the discipline, crime and violence data submissions of Loudoun County Public Schools and is in communication with LCPS to determine whether the division’s reporting is accurate and whether the division is in compliance with state and federal law.” more here