Texas Teacher Charged For Sexually Assaulting Student

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A former teacher in the Houston, Texas area is in trouble for allegedly sexually assaulting a student.

Katrina Maxwell, a former teacher in the Houston, Texas area, allegedly admitted to police that she had sex with a male student at C.E. King High School on multiple occasions, according to Click2Houston.

“The district has conducted a thorough investigation and upon completion, we find these reports to be substantiated,” the district said in a statement obtained by the outlet.

“Sheldon ISD is deeply saddened that this occurred, and we are committed to continued cooperation with law enforcement to ensure Mrs. Maxwell is prosecuted to the fullest extent.”

Over the course of the past year alone, a handful of teachers have been arrested on similar charges, including 25-year-old substitute teacher Alexis Mercedes Boberg in Baltimore, Beulah High School teacher Kelsie Schmidt in North Dakota, Rancocas Valley Regional High School teacher Alexandra Reiner in New Jersey, and 50-year-old Florida substitute teacher Angela Jean Stanton in Florida. Additionally, Texas teachers Meredith Null and Edna Longoria were arrested on similar charges.

As for why the number of these incidents has seemingly increased, studies suggest that smartphones are the primary reason for the spike in illicit relationships, as it allows teachers to communicate with the minors without supervision.

According to a report from the Texas Education Association, smartphones make it easy for teachers to privately text and talk with students and also make it possible for teachers and students to share explicit images.

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