3:39 PM CDT, May 15, 2012
He is only in fourth grade, but already, Parker Harrington dreams of going to Indiana University.
"I just think it is a really good campus and I am going to go here whenever I get older," said Harrington.
Harrington is one of hundreds of kids set to take a tour this summer, or to attend a sports camp on the campus of Indiana University. The summer will not be as pleasant in Happy Valley. Penn State University is trying to erase the alleged actions of former football Defensive Coordinator Jerry Sandusky. Sandusky faces 52 criminal counts of sexual abuse of young boys.
IU Spokesman Mark Land said Sandusky's alleged actions sounded the alarm for the university to look at its own policy for reporting abuse.
"How are we conducting our business when it comes to children under the age of 18, what is out there to make sure that they are protected? Let's get it down on paper so everyone knows what the rules and expectations are," said Land.
The principles of this policy hinge on:
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