97 teachers and staff accused (not convicted, btw - just accused) is slightly more than 0.001% of the teaching and school staff overall.
Still, Brown says this is a major problem and the system needs major reforms.
She has gone on TV and written about this repeatedly to educate the public about the need for reform.
Meanwhile fellow education reformer Bill Cosby has been accused of raping 16 women over the course of his career.
Every day now a new allegation against Cosby surfaces - there were two just yesterday (including a TMZ story in which an actress alleges Cosby assaulted her in the dressing room of the Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson.)
One commenter at Perdido Street School writes:
Indeed, here's the silence we have from Brown on Cosby.
Another teacher-basher, Whoopi Goldberg, actually defended Cosby earlier this week, saying that she has many questions for one of Cosby's accusers.
I wonder what teacher bashers like Brown or Goldberg would be saying were there a teacher out there who had 16 allegations of sexual assault lodged against him, with a new one surfacing every day?
I bet silence (in Brown's case) and defense (in Goldberg's case) would not be the response.
Funny how that goes.
Brown's been silent on her another education reformer's alleged sexual misconduct.
Her husband, neo-con Dan Senor, sits on the board of Michelle Rhee's StudentsFirst even though Rhee is alleged to have helped cover up her husband, Kevin Johnson's, sexual misconduct with employees of his charter school.
The hypocrisy of education reformers like Campbell Brown and teacher bashers like Whoopi Goldberg knows no bounds.
It seems any teacher accused of anything is guilty automatically and ought to be fired.
But fellow education reformers and celebrities like Cosby and KJ - they're entitled to a stonewall defense.