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The Number Of Maryland School Abuse Victims Increases As New Cases Are Revealed

Maryland school abuse victims who are allegedly forced to endure any of the following crimes are urged to request a free, private case review for justice & potential compensation:

  • Grooming
  • Sexual contact
  • Sexual abuse
  • Rape

Maryland School Abuse Incidents Continue to Mount Up

Reports of sexual abuse of students by teachers, coaches, and other school officials have assigned Maryland schools a terrible reputation.

A sexual predator who preyed on a 15-year-old student he was tasked to teach in Maryland has been apprehended out of state for alleged sexual abuse on school grounds.

A Howard County teacher, 44-year-old Matthew Barth, is facing charges for the alleged sexual abuse of a 15-year-old student at Maryland’s Mt. Hebron High School.

Detectives believe that the teacher abused the student on multiple occasions inside the school for four months after reviewing electronic records which showed that there was inappropriate contact between the teacher and the victim.

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Other examples of Maryland school abuse include:

  • the conviction of a middle school substitute teacher who sent a student sexually charged text messages.
  • An instructional assistant at a Charles County high school was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the sexual abuse of minors;
  • A shocking case of a school bus driver who was caught sexually assaulting 4 special needs students
  • The Gilman School, a prestigious all-boys school in Roland Park, is the latest alleged Maryland school abuse report facing a crisis after a teacher was charged with sexual abuse and rape of a student.

All teachers, coaches, and other school officials responsible for the recent spates of Maryland school abuse must be held accountable for their behavior.

It’s tragic that the children of Maryland schools have been subjected to such appalling behavior, and it’s imperative that steps are taken to ensure that it never happens again.

Schools must ensure that they have adequate training, policies, and procedures in place to ensure the safety and security of their students.

Schools must also work with their communities to create a safer culture in which abuse is not tolerated.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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Maryland School Abuse Incidents Continue to Mount Up

Other examples of Maryland school abuse include:

  • the conviction of a middle school substitute teacher who sent a student sexually charged text messages.
  • An instructional assistant at a Charles County high school was sentenced to 50 years in prison for the sexual abuse of minors;
  • A shocking case of a school bus driver who was caught sexually assaulting 4 special needs students
  • The Gilman School, a prestigious all-boys school in Roland Park, is the latest alleged Maryland school abuse report facing a crisis after a teacher was charged with sexual abuse and rape of a student.

All teachers, coaches, and other school officials responsible for the recent spates of Maryland school abuse must be held accountable for their behavior.

It’s tragic that the children of Maryland schools have been subjected to such appalling behavior, and it’s imperative that steps are taken to ensure that it never happens again.

Schools must ensure that they have adequate training, policies, and procedures in place to ensure the safety and security of their students.

Schools must also work with their communities to create a safer culture in which abuse is not tolerated.

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Both boys and girls were abused, ranging in age from preschool to “young adulthood,” which a spokeswoman for the attorney general said reached age 18.

The report, titled “Clergy Abuse in Maryland,” identifies 115 priests who were prosecuted for sex abuse and/or identified publicly by the archdiocese as having been “credibly accused” of sexual abuse.

It also includes an additional 43 priests accused of sexual abuse but not identified publicly by the archdiocese, the court filing said.

“The Report summarizes the sexual abuse and physical torture perpetrated by all 158 priests and the Archdiocese’s response to that abuse,” the court filing said.

David Lorenz, the Maryland leader of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, described the news of the report and the number of victims as “absolutely horrendous.”

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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