Yesterday: A concentrated look at the story of Ronald Kupsky, whose two cases are part of a six-month Post-Crescent Media investigation into the county's child sexual assaults.
Police identified three victims between 9 and 14 years old who were molested or raped and named Kupsky their assailant, yet reduced bonds and plea agreements allowed Kupsky opportunity to offend again.
Former President Barack Obama pulled the issue into the national spotlight during a 2015 visit to Tennessee, and Vermont Sen.
Bernie Sanders thrust it into the heart of the presidential campaign.
The team’s purpose, say its members, is to support an offended student through referrals to counseling, by making the author of an offensive remark aware that they gave offense — and why the remark gave offense — and, if all parties agree, by facilitating a conversation between the two.
Subject matter that might trigger the Bias Education and Response Team could be remarks about colonial settlers, transgender or minority students or exposure to a rapper in the classroom who uses vile language.
For 15 years, the University of Oregon has fielded a “bias response team,” whose members approach students, faculty or staff who had been reported for making off-color or offensive remarks.
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Today: From frequent and drastic bond reductions to dismissed cases and dropped felony charges, an overview of Outagamie County child sexual assault cases over the past five years highlights an imperfect system.
Tomorrow: Widespread misconceptions about sex offenders and a lack of viable defenses lead to serious consequences for some offenders who don't fit the stereotypical ideas of evil, untreatable rapists — from teen offenders jailed for high school relationships to others plagued by an unforgiving system.
Bill Haslam and his advisers like to say that the state’s free community college program changed the conversation that parents and children have about higher education.
Three years after he introduced the landmark Tennessee Promise scholarship program, it's conversations in statehouses around the country that are changing.