• Sexual Assault and Misconduct
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  • K-12

Boundary Training in K-12 Schools

0:59:34 minutes
December 2006

About This Roundtable

Schools are an ideal place to learn about boundaries. Boundary training helps school staff with their responsibilities to provide underage students with education, supervision, and guidance. It is designed to promote healthy relationships and prevent sexual and other types of misconduct, such as bullying, hazing, harassment, conflicts of interest, and financial impropriety.

Learn how to conduct boundary training in your public or independent K-12 school. In this roundtable discussion, speakers give examples of appropriate and inappropriate interactions involving employees and students in the risk areas of physical, verbal, attire, financial and social contacts.

Moderated by Karen-Ann Broe, Senior Risk Analyst, United Educators.

About This Roundtable

Schools are an ideal place to learn about boundaries. Boundary training helps school staff with their responsibilities to provide underage students with education, supervision, and guidance. It is designed to promote healthy relationships and prevent sexual and other types of misconduct, such as bullying, hazing, harassment, conflicts of interest, and financial impropriety.

Learn how to conduct boundary training in your public or independent K-12 school. In this roundtable discussion, speakers give examples of appropriate and inappropriate interactions involving employees and students in the risk areas of physical, verbal, attire, financial and social contacts.

Moderated by Karen-Ann Broe, Senior Risk Analyst, United Educators.