Episcopal School of Dallas found grossly negligent in handling of teacher sexual association with underage student 
Following nine weeks of testimony, the Episcopal School of Dallas was found grossly negligent in how it handled a sexual association between a teacher and a 16-year-old student, and has been ordered to pay the girl's family at least $5 million.

Calling the decision of a jury "wrong," ESD denied culpability and vowed to appeal the verdict.
"On the stand, ESD Headmaster Father Stephen Swann ... testified that at the time of the affair, he wasn’t aware of the age of consent, or that it was always illegal for a high school teacher to have sex with a student."

-- From D Magazine Oct 2011

Nathan Campbell, the former ESD history teacher who had the alleged "relationship" with the girl, is awaiting trial on criminal charges of sexual assault of a child and improper relationship with a student.

Unfortunately for those interested in this story, if you are not a subscriber to the Dallas Morning News, you will have to read the full story on the local ABC affiliate website, or on the DMagazine website - the links are below.
Read the full story on the WFAA Dallas website ...
The ESD Sex Scandal

"When an exclusive private school discovered a teacher was sleeping with a student, administrators did their best to make the problem vanish."

-- Read this full account on the D Magazine website ...

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