Sex abuse prevention experts: Brentwood Academy student policies may send troubling message

By Anita Wadhwani and Holly Meyer, Knoxville, Aug. 18, 2017, Tennessean

At the center of allegations that a 12-year-old boy was raped in 2015 in the locker room of an elite Brentwood Christian school are questions about how school officials respond to student misconduct.

A review of a Brentwood Academy student handbook reveals a biblical-based approach to student conduct.

Sexual abuse prevention advocates said portions of that guidance may be sending a troubling message to students. 

And a comparison of Brentwood Academy student conduct and discipline guidelines to other local Christian and public schools shows a . . .

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