Penn State Sandusky Scandal

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The mishandling of Sandusky by the school has led to the damaged their reputation and credibility. This scandal has left many of Penn State’s organization in a crisis. Management was greatly affected by Sandusky actions, because they failed to report what was really going on. They simply ignored it; this has led to loss of business, or donations, and talented students and staff. They felt as though the leadership did not care about Penn State or the victims. These ethical issues have led to them paying more than $92 million in the child sex abuse scandal. The school could have spent this money on the students, who would have benefited more instead of using it to pay the victims of a crime that never should have happened. “We hope this is another
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