Keeping Kids Safe From Abuse

Sexual predators have been at the center of national conversations this fall, with #MeToo going viral on social networks in the wake of Hollywood scandals. With 12 million comments, posts and reactions in less than 24 hours, #MeToo shed light on the numbers of those victimized by sexual harassment and assault.1

The issue is especially relevant for educators and administrators working with children, as there’s no higher priority than keeping kids safe. Continue reading