I see no reason not to assume the same kind of numbers for pre-K, do you?Excerpted from the comments above:
This DoE study found that 10% of K-12 students in the US experience sexual misconduct by a school official. To give you an idea of the size of the school-age population, the National Center for Education Statistics says preK-12 is roughly 49.5M students. While the population number is current and starts at preK while the DoE study starts at K and was done in 2004, I don't know of a better study to use.
This would give an estimated 4.95M abused kids. This should be a top priority with the unions and administrators until that number is too low to measure, but sadly it isn't.
Can you find some of those posts by said experts? Name some names, perhaps?
Like this one?Most of them are trolls who are now banned or have left for other reasons. Two of the more prominent ones I'm not allowed to acknowledge their existence.
Doser's playing by the rules as far as I can see. He told me he wasn't supposed to mention them, and he didn't. I asked further to make sure I wasn't violating some rule I didn't know about. But I also didn't tag anyone.I can turn off tagging for the guilty parties if it continues.