The COVID-19 pandemic deeply impacted and continues to impact our communities. In order to meet the needs of the changing landscape of learning, many curricula and interventions have provided virtual adaptation guidance and resources to their implementers. In addition to consulting the guidance below, implementers are encouraged to contact their funder and use guidance outlined by the CDC's Veto Violence Select, Adapt, Evaluate tool.
Online learning is one of the biggest adjustments we’ve had to make due to COVID-19.
100 School Districts: A Call to Action for School Districts Across the Country to Address Sexual Harassment Through Inclusive Policies and Practices
"Schools are often the first places where people experience sexual harassment. But few students report it, and those who come forward are often ignored, disbelieved, or even punished by their schools. The 100 School Districts project is based on the principle that schools can be sites of transformative change when responding to and preventing sexual harassment. If you are a student, educator, or community member who wants to learn more about how to make schools safer for students, this resource is for you. Together, we can create a better world for all students."
In the third episode of our Sex Ed series, we talk about how sexual health education can be adapted during this pandemic.
In the second episode of our Sex Ed series, we discuss the connection between porn literacy and preventing sexual and dating violence.
In this episode, learn about using social media to teach healthy sexuality and why it's critical for sex ed to be inclusive.
I Ask How to Teach Consent Early Palm Card and Handout instructs parents on how to model consent with children in late childhood and early adolescence. For best graphic quality, download the PDF and then print it out.
In July, the NSVRC held an Ask a Preventionist!
In September 2016, the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault released guidance for school districts around creating and sustaining a specific sexual misconduct policy, specifically recommending that districts address sexual violence prevention in their policy.