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Relationships between faculty and students are particularly susceptible to exploitation.
The respect and trust accorded a member of the faculty by a student, as well as the power exercised by faculty in giving grades, approvals or recommendations for future study and employment, make voluntary consent by the student suspect.
This article is designed to be educational in nature and is not intended to provide legal advice.
The reader is encouraged to contact an attorney for legal advice regarding state laws and administrative rules governing professional conduct.
The professional educator responsibly accepts that every child has a right to an uninterrupted education free from strikes or any other work stoppage tactics.