A school owes a duty to protect students from sexual abuse by school employees, even if the school does not have actual knowledge of a particular employee’s history of committing, or propensity to commit, such abuse.  However, to hold a school liable for failure to report suspected child abuse as required by Pen. Code, § 11164 et seq., the plaintiff must show it was objectively reasonable for a mandated reporter to suspect abuse based on the facts the school actually knew, not the added facts it reasonably should have discovered.