VA School Board Ripped For Voting To Keep Student Sex Assault Report Private

  • Parents are accusing Virginia’s Loudoun County Schools of “hiding something big” after the district’s board elected to withhold an independent report detailing information regarding sexual assault cases of two high school students, citing privacy concerns and attorney-client privilege.
  • “Being open and transparent is incredibly important, but so is the rights of our students and staff,” school board member Ian Serotkin said.
  • Board member Erika Ogedebe argued that, while transparency is “important,” releasing the report would only contribute to and prolong the “trauma of the victims.”
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