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(Jesse Costa/WBUR)A new report issued by a nonprofit group responsible for protecting the rights of people with disabilities has outlined neglect and abuse of special needs students at a residential school in Middleborough.
The Chamberlain International School is one of 56 residential special education schools in the state.
There's nothing hardcore here but the girls are constantly getting undressed and into various sexual situations.
The film certainly comes off very campy today and that's one reason why I think it holds up quite well.
10 vignettes about scandalous behavior of horny German schoolgirls.
First, a strict, conservative teacher is lured by three of his beautiful, nubile young female students into a compromising situation with tragic results.
In a statement, Chamberlain called the report flawed and biased.
(Read its full response here.)Private special education schools such as Chamberlain are also the focus of a recently completed investigation by WBUR and the investigative news agency The Eye.
See full summary » 10 vignettes about scandalous behavior of horny German schoolgirls.On the day of our visit, the grounds were immaculately manicured with giant peonies in full bloom.The serene environment is strategically manufactured to an extent.School officials say it's meant to be a calm place for a student body craving normalcy.“We do not like to stigmatize our students, but all of them have come to us after a long history of placements outside of their home, outside of public school; many have been through psychiatric hospitalizations," said Sarah Norfleet, Chamberlain's director of marketing and communications.
“We see our students as really bright, unique individuals who have incredible strengths — who have, you know, incredible challenges that they’ve had to face, lifelong challenges."There are more than 100 students at Chamberlain, ranging in age from 11 to 22 years old.
Most of them live on campus, and they're a combination of in-state, out-of state and international students.