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An investigation at an elite New Hampshire boarding school found 13 former staff members engaged in ‘sexual misconduct’

This Feb. 26, 2016 file photo shows the entrance to St. Paul's School in Concord, N.H. The school released a report on Monday, May 22, 2017, detailing sexual misconduct allegations against a dozen men and one woman who worked at the school between 1952 and 1999. An investigation found substantiated claims of abuse involving 13 former faculty and staff including former teachers, chaplains and an admissions officer.

A report released on Monday by St. Paul’s School, an elite boarding school in Concord, New Hampshire, details the “substantiated claims” of sexual misconduct by 13 former faculty and staff members at the school.

The investigation, conducted by Casner & Edwards law firm in Boston, Massachusetts, was requested by the school in 2016 following an announcement that a former teacher was fired in 1974 for admitted sexual misconduct.

Monday’s report reviewed 34 current and former St. Paul’s staff members and found:

  • 13 substantiated claims of sexual misconduct by former faculty and staff
  • 10 other reports of sexual misconduct by former faculty and read more >>>

    Source:: BusinessInsider.Com