Sexual Harassment in the Schools: Preventing and Defending

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The fact that so many children are being abused and may be killed by this abuse is significant, but it is also important to realize that there are detrimental effects that the abuse may have on a child ten or twelve years later. Helping children recover from such shattering experiences demands the skill and patience of trained professionals. What this means is that the effects of different drugs have relatively little to do with the way they are conceptualized, defined, and classified.

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Publisher: Natl School Board Assn; Revised edition (March 1993)

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