The child sex abuse scandal that has rocked Penn State is, say college and university officials far from State College, Pa., not only a cautionary tale, but also a very big teachable moment, the Christian Science Monitor reports. In the wake of the firing of football coach Joe Paterno and the exit of several Penn State officials, including its president, college administrators elsewhere are emphasizing to their staffs the importance of reporting any sex abuse crimes–especially those involving children–to the police. Some college presidents say the tragedy is a reminder that they must go beyond the letter of the law,...

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