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Culture Shock: Exchange students’ sexual abuse swept under rug

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In a Rock Center investigation, NBC News Correspondent Kate Snow uncovers dozens of cases of foreign exchange students claiming they were sexually abused by their American host parents.  Every year 25,000 foreign exchange students come to the United States to live in American homes and study in American high schools.  Rock Center’s investigation revealed that in some cases of alleged sexual abuse, the reports of abuse were swept under the rug by the placement agencies that are paid thousands to find safe homes for the teens.  The agencies are regulated by the State Department. Editor’s Note: Kate Snow’s full report, Culture Shock, airs Wednesday, Mar. 14 at 10 pm/9c.