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By Gina Martinez For Dailymail. A former assistant principal in Alabama has admitted to filming his young daughter's friend naked in the shower after previously blaming his nine-year-old son for elicit videos found on his school-issued laptop. Tim Clevenger, 54, pleaded guilty to two new counts each of production and possession of child pornography in a separate case with a different victim on Thursday in Blount County District Court. In his plea Clevenger confessed for the first time that he was the one who secretly recorded his daughter's friend - who was 14 at the time - in the bathroom of his home back in Investigators uncovered the video in when he was still working as an assistant principal at Locust Fork High School. At the time Clevenger claimed that his son had downloaded the child pornography onto his laptop. In Clevenger was convicted on several charges of production and possession of child pornography related to the video of the year-old girl. He is currently serving his sentence at the Alabama Department of Corrections. Tim Clevenger, 54, pictured admitted that he was the one who secretly recorded his daughter's friend in the bathroom of his home back in after initially placing the blame on his young son. Clevenger worked as an assistant principal at Locust Fork High School for 11 years and had been in the Blount County Schools system for 18 years prior to his arrest in
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Some girls can be contacted by up to 11 boys a night asking for nude images, the schools watchdog for England says. In an Ofsted survey, girls explained that if they blocked boys on social media "they just create multiple accounts to harass you". The report also found nine in 10 girls experienced sexist name-calling or were sent explicit photos or videos. The watchdog is warning that sexual harassment has become "normalised" among school-age children. Students often do not see the point of reporting abuse and many teachers underestimate the scale of these problems, Ofsted says. In the survey, girls said boys "just won't take no for an answer" when asking for explicit images. At one school, the girls told inspectors they can be contacted by up to 10 or 11 different boys a night asking for nude or semi-nude images. Women's groups are calling for school staff to be trained to change the culture and for a government taskforce. Ministers say schools and colleges will be encouraged to dedicate training days to help staff deal with sexual abuse. A BBC investigation has revealed at least 13, sex offences a year between unders have been reported to police in England and Wales between and
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Their plan was to distribute a handful of posters in New York in which they highlighted sexism and racism in the art world — and that would be that. We had put an address on the posters — there was no internet then — and we had all these letters from people who were angry and others who were excited about what we were doing. Since then, the Guerrilla Girls — who each use the names of dead women artists as pseudonyms — have created over projects in the form of posters, billboards, videos and pamphlets about discrimination and the ways the art world is controlled by wealth and power. Less than a year after publishing Guerrilla Girls: The Art of Behaving Badly , a book documenting 35 years of art-based mischief, they are now participating in Art Night , the annual British arts festival which, this year, is going nationwide across 13 towns and cities. She mentions the metoo movement, and says evidence of the ways men objectify and abuse women has always been in our galleries. There have been various unsuccessful attempts to unmask the members of Guerrilla Girls over the years — we talk over Zoom with the cameras off, naturally. They say their anonymity is important in order to keep the attention on the work. While the group has observed marginal improvements in terms of representation since the mids, their remit as protestors has expanded. Both were taking their first steps in the art world at time and trying to get their work out in the world. We realised it was the system that was keeping us down.

Some girls can be contacted by up to 11 boys a night asking for nude images, the schools watchdog for England says. In an Ofsted survey, girls explained that if they blocked boys on social media "they just create multiple accounts to harass you".

The report also found nine in 10 girls experienced sexist name-calling or were sent explicit photos or videos. The watchdog is warning that sexual harassment has become "normalised" among school-age children. Students often do not see the point of reporting abuse and many teachers underestimate the scale of these problems, Ofsted says.

In the survey, girls said boys "just won't take no for an answer" when asking for explicit images. At one school, the girls told inspectors they can be contacted by up to 10 or 11 different boys a night asking for nude or semi-nude images.

Women's groups are calling for school staff to be trained to change the culture and for a government taskforce. Ministers say schools and colleges will be encouraged to dedicate training days to help staff deal with sexual abuse. A BBC investigation has revealed at least 13, sex offences a year between unders have been reported to police in England and Wales between and Thirty police forces responded to a Freedom of Information request which revealed in about 2, cases, both the alleged victim and perpetrator were aged 10 or under.

About 1, of the reported offences were about events happening on school premises. This echoes Ofsted's finding that inappropriate sexual behaviour is filtering down into primary schools. Cerys, 21, said most girls she knows had received sexually explicit images from boys or men.

She said: "When I was younger at school I received 50 or 60 on Instagram, Facebook Snapchat, images of privates that I didn't want to see. I think the first port of call is to go to your mum It's not very nice to receive it. Lucy, 18, said that receiving nude photographs had become "so normalised" that if they appear in girls' social media message requests they "just delete it".

She said: "Some girls do get it very often but it's something you brush away because it's not something you think of that's out of the ordinary Lucy said she did not think teachers knew what to do about the problem. Cerys said: "We were told if you're going to be involved in this then the police are going to be involved.

It was more of a scary assembly rather than let's get all the girls together and tell them how to emotionally deal with receiving these kinds of images. Amy, not her real name, told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that when she was in sixth form she was raped after a party. Now 25, she believes there was a wider culture of sexual harassment that played a role in what happened to her. She said a number of other girls told her they had had similar experiences and she knew she had to tell the school.

She said: "It wasn't just one boy and me. It was a number of girls being affected by multiple boys doing these kinds of things. Amy said she was able to speak to a teacher and the support was "overall overwhelmingly positive". But she believes the exchanging of nude images has "got much worse" in the years since she left school. That's what being in a relationship is or that's what love is, or if you like someone you share a picture and if you don't then clearly you didn't like them," she said.

Ofsted visited 30 state and independent schools and two further education colleges and spoke to more than young people about sexual harassment. Children said sexual violence typically occurred in unsupervised spaces outside of school, like parties or parks. Pupils in several schools said harmful sexual behaviour happens at house parties, without adults present, and that alcohol and drugs are often involved. Most students felt that the relationships, sex and health education RSHE they received at school did not give them the information and advice they needed to navigate the reality of their situations.

Girls in particular were frustrated that there was not clear teaching about what constitutes acceptable and unacceptable behaviour.

Many teachers said they lacked knowledge on topics such as consent, healthy relationships and sharing of sexual images. Inspectors are urging school and college leaders to "develop a culture" where all types of sexual harassment are recognised and addressed. They also say time should be set aside within the RSHE curriculum for topics that youngsters find difficult, such as consent and the sharing of explicit images.

Ofsted's review came after thousands of testimonies about abuse were posted on a website - Everyone's Invited - and the government asked inspectors to assess safeguarding policies and experiences in schools and colleges. As of Monday, the helpline had received calls and helpline staff have made 80 referrals to external agencies, including the police or social services. Ofsted chief inspector Amanda Spielman said she was "shocked" that young people said it was a significant problem at every school the watchdog visited. Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said Ofsted's review had "rightly highlighted where we can take specific and urgent action to address sexual abuse in education".

But he said schools and colleges could not be expected to tackle these issues alone. The Department for Education says teachers and school leaders will be better supported to recognise sexual harassment and abuse and teach confidently about issues of consent, online pornography and healthy relationships. They will be encouraged to dedicate staff training days on how to deal with sexual abuse and harassment among pupils and how to deliver the new compulsory RSHE curriculum.

The End Violence Against Women Coalition called for a taskforce made up of the government, education leaders, and experts on violence against women and girls "to advise on next steps and drive the rollout of a whole school approach". Peter Wanless, head of the NSPCC, said young people had exposed what was happening and their voices must shape a whole-school approach to preventing harmful sexual behaviour.

Geoff Barton, head of the Association of School and College Leaders, said: "It seems obvious that more must be done with greater urgency to tackle the misuse of social media and the availability of online pornography. A spokeswoman for Everyone's Invited called for an anonymous reporting system available in all schools. The Report Abuse in Education helpline can be reached on , on Monday to Friday , or at weekends. It can also be contacted by email at help nspcc.

Sex abuse claims 'not limited to private schools'. NSPCC abuse helpline 'takes hundreds of calls' Schools abuse helpline and review launched Sex abuse claims 'not limited to private schools' School abuse: 'Raped girl ignored by teachers'. Everyone's Invited. Related Topics. Schools Ofsted. More on this story. Published 27 March.



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