<a href="http://espn.go.com/magazine/vol5no12uab.html">Click here</a><br><br>actually, the article has very little to do with homeschooling. it's much more about big time college athletics and mission of our colleges and universities. this is a sad story to say the least.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
in any case...the law doesn't allow a 15 year old to consent in alabama...it is rape. in that sense, the school and the athletes are in trouble. i like the title ix angle on this particular crime. it could well help many women who are scared to come forward after being sexually battered or raped to get the courage and to see justice. <br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
I agree. Nail the players to the wall. <br><br>That said...the parents were naive to send an unprepared minor to college thinking that her sheltered life would continue. <br><br>Obviously she is gifted, so the best thing would have been a local community college for 2 years...so she could mature more. <br><br>It's not like all is lost...the child made bad choices, was taken advantage of, and now she is 17. She can do something else...she is not dead. <br><br>
i agree...the parents were just not very smart to think a 15 girl could be off on her own. what the hell were they thinking? i am sure they feel quite bad over this ordeal, but i certainly hope they realize their own incompetence played a part in this.<br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
I agree nail the players.<br>Sean is right, the parents incompetence played apart aswell.<br><br>We had a case here where a family sued the state and won over the right to homeschool their 2 daughters and 1 son.<br><br>Very smart children but way over sheltered and the parents were to into religon, that to me was way overboard. IMO the kids had 2 study home classes on religon every day mixed in with the math, science and other studys.<br><br>So like what ganey mention if this girl spent more time with people her own age to interact, she might have known how to avoid that situation with those players.<br><br>
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