After a seven-month investigation, the Associated Press is reporting on the widespread problem in sexual misconduct by teachers. They found 2,570 educators whose credentials were "revoked, denied, surrendered or sanctioned from 2001 through 2005 following allegations of sexual misconduct". Also, the Chicago Sun-Times has an interactive chart that displays the results of this study for each state and the District of Columbia.
The Kentucky Supreme Court will review the constitutionality of a state law mandating that sex offenders cannot live within 1,000 yards of a school or playground after a Kenton County judge declared it unconstitutional.
Here is a news report about the Utah federal judge's decision to throw out the AWA conviction because his move to Utah predated the date the act went into effect.
Sentencing Law and Policy highlighted an interesting Los Angeles Times article which examines the practical difficulties of extensive tracking of sex offenders. Also, at SL&P is coverage of CNN's Florida trailer park that I previously mentioned.
Feminist Law Professors has a post about a new study that explores "nonconsensual sexual experiences of young people in developing countries". According to the study, "as many as one in 10 young men and one in five young women  have experienced nonconsensual sex".