There are too many details to copy and paste so please read the article.
Basically a special ed student was harassed by a male student. In the 08 - 09 school year, she reported he raped her. The school didn't believe her, she recanted, ended up writing a letter of apology to him, and was expelled for the remainder of the year. In the 09 - 10 school year she was allowed back. She was raped again, this time in the school library. Her mom took her for testing; the semen matched the boy's DNA. He plead guilty (although it does not say to what charges). She was again suspended. This time for public display of affection.
The school district says it is not responsible. In part because:
The girl failed and neglected to use reasonable means to protect her self, the response says. Any damages the girl may have suffered, "were as a result of the negligence, carelessness, or conduct of third parties over whom the District Defendants had neither control nor the right to control," according to the school district response.
What do you think? Is it frivolous as the district claims? Or did they drop the ball?