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Below you will find more resources dealing with sex abuse prevention instruction.
In July of 2015, the Oregon Legislature passed SB 856 (Sex Abuse Prevention Instruction) which requires schools to provide child sexual abuse prevention instruction kindergarten through grade 12. Subsequently, the Oregon State Board of Education passed changes to administrative rule 581-022-1440 (Human Sexuality Education): "As part of the comprehensive plan of human sexuality instruction, each school district board shall adopt a child sexual abuse prevention instructional program for students in kindergarten through grade 12 (OAR 581-022-1440)."
In July of 2015, the Oregon Legislature passed SB 856 (Sex Abuse Prevention Instruction) which requires schools provide child sexual abuse prevention instruction kindergarten through grade 12.
A school community that is actively engaged in preventing child sexual abuse through implementation of effective, culturally responsive and trauma informed prevention programming.
Connecting Goals and Strategies of Violence Prevention Efforts for Youth in Oregon.
SB 856 (Child Abuse Prevention Instruction).
School Administrator Tip Sheet: Parent Component SB 856 (Child Abuse Prevention Instruction).
Sex Abuse Prevention Instruction grades K-12.
Tips on Mandatory Reporting.
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