Categories: General News, Home, News and Events, Our Perspective, School Safety

Bystander Intervention: How Far Would You Go to Rescue a Child?

Intervening or taking preventative measures as a bystander can mean the difference between a child being sexually abused or being protected from abuse.  What is a bystander? A bystander is a person who witnesses a boundary violation or sees a situation in which a child is vulnerable. Bystander intervention can play a major role in …

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Categories: Guides, School Safety

Homeschool Safety Guide

Child sexual abuse can happen anywhere, even at home during school, but there are preventative measures you can take. Check out our homeschool safety guide to ensure your kids have the safest environment possible.   Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many parents took a crash course in homeschooling, but with restrictions ending and school districts …

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Categories: DEI, General News, Our Perspective, School Safety

Providing Safe Childhoods for LGBTQ+ Youth

The absence of safe spaces and safe adults has historically put LGBTQ+ youth at a higher risk of childhood trauma. We have the power to change that. All kids deserve a safe, healthy childhood, and it’s the responsibility of all adults to create supportive environments in which children can flourish. Many youth who identify as …

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Categories: Child Sexual Abuse Survivors, Guest Blog, News and Events, Our Perspective, School Safety

Tips for Keeping Remote Students Safe

Schools can play a vital role in student safety and should continue to play this role for remote students. Schools provide important education for children and a space for them to discover who they are and form friendships. Schools also serve as a safe haven for some children. 30% of children who are sexually abused …

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Categories: General News, Other, Our Perspective, School Safety

Homeschooling and Keeping Kids Safe in the Year of COVID-19

As the fall season begins, school does too. Things are a little different this year – some schools will have much smaller class sizes, some will be holding classes on alternating days, some will teach totally virtual courses, some a hybrid of both, and some parents have opted to adapt to homeschooling (or a version …

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