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Roy McMean's son Mark was a seventh-grader at Arrowhead Junior High in Kansas City, Kan., when he became a victim of sexual abuse by vice-principal James Jackson. Roy remember that the only tangible step taken after they contacted school officials was the addition of a window in Jackson's office. State laws now in place - but not in 1975 - would have required schools to report the allegations to police.

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