CPS reviewing sexual abuse policies after investigation finds issues


CPS CEO Janice Jackson is promising new safeguards will soon be in place to ensure the safety of students from sexual crimes systemwide after a Chicago Tribune investigation that found CPS schools failed to adequately report cases of sexual abuse.

"I want to assure everyone no stone will go unturned as we work to protect our students," Jackson said Tuesday.

Former Simeon coach Gerald Gaddy is now serving time for sexually assaulting at least three students there, but as a four-time convicted felon, actually should have never been hired in the first place. It's just one case of several spelled out in the extensive Chicago Tribune investigation.


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