Sexual Harassment Prevention Training (Elem School)
Who Should Take This Course
Districts and schools are legally mandated to protect students from sexual harassment. Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title 20 U.S.C. §1681 et. seq.) and California Education Codes 200, 212.6, 48900.2 describe the prohibited school-related conduct. The Sexual Harassment Prevention Training for High School Students helps students understand what behaviors are considered sexually inappropriate; what to do if they are sexually harassed or see it happen to others; and the steps they should take to report sexual harassment to school personnel, their parents, or legal authorities.
What You Will Learn
Students will learn the difference between safe touching and unsafe (sexual) touching and how making or repeating sexual comments or sharing sexual pictures can be considered sexual harassment. They learn to think positively about their bodies and not see sex as dirty or bad, but a natural experience for consenting adults. Most importantly, they learn to have confidence in their feelings of discomfort when someone says or does something sexually inappropriate so they can take the steps to talk to the right person who can stop the behavior.
Schools and districts license this training to use for school- or district-wide sexual harassment training or on an individual basis for students whose behaviors are deemed sexually inappropriate in conjunction with other disciplinary measures.
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