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Child Protection in Schools: A Four-Part Solution

As places where children spend a large portion of their time, schools have a legal and ethical responsibility to keep their students safe. And because of the nature of relationships between staff and students, often an educator is the one to spot signs of maltreatment in a child. The situation is compounded by mounting research about adverse childhood events’ lifelong effect on people’s lives, so creating a safe and protective school community is of paramount importance to educators. This white paper from Committee for Children, creators of the Second Step and Talking About Touching programs, outlines the four elements a school needs to have in place to help protect their students.

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