Men too scared to teach for fear of being falsely accused of child-sex offences.

Hard to blame them. 

Last month a teacher friend of mine – and a church elder – shared recently that he overheard two girls plotting to accuse another male teacher of assault because they didn’t like his homework assignments. Another friend that teaches in a Maryland school district told me something similar a year ago.

As a third friend, exonerated last week of accusations by his ex-wife of abusing her and their daughter, testified about his experience with law enforcement:

They said, ‘You think you’re innocent until proven guilty? Nope. In this case, you’re guilty until proven innocent.’