FILE- In this Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016 file photo, buildings at St. George's School sit on a hill in Middletown, R.I. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)
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At least 67 private schools in the northeastern United States have faced allegations since 1991 that their employees sexually abused or harassed more than 200 students, the Boston Globe reported Monday.The Globe said it had found 11 cases where those accused proceeded to work at other schools.The Globe cited the case of one teacher who allegedly abused a student at St. George's School in Rhode Island in the late 1960's and who went on to other teaching jobs, resigning from a school in Hawaii in 2003 and accused in a 2008 lawsuit.At least two other staff members at St. George's who were accused of misconduct went on to other jobs where they faced subsequent sexual misconduct allegations involving children, the Globe said.
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