This article explains how many teachers are reluctant to report suspected cases of child abuse. Some teachers say they're afraid to call the police or parents. All states have some kind of law that requires educators to report suspected child abuse or child endangerment. But some schools have let children "fall between the cracks," and, as a result, kids have lost their lives when an educator could have potentially intervened.
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