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A look into the State of Ohio’s school systems and how some educators are becoming repeat offenders, and getting away with it.

article,aside,figcaption,figure,footer,header,hgroup,nav,section{display:block}mark{background:#FF0;color:#000} INVESTIGATION: How dangerous loopholes in Ohio’s education system fail to protect students –

An exclusive 5 On Your Side investigation reveals how state education policies fail to protect Ohio students from sexual predators inside their schools.

We found dangerous loopholes allow problem educators to evade detection.

Broken trust

Laraleigh Allen was just 14 years old when her music teacher molested her.

“He knew I trusted him . . . so I think that’s why he chose me,” she said.

During the summer before her freshman year at Riverside High School in DeGraff, Ohio, Allen decided she wanted to join the school’s marching band.

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