• Educators have a responsibility to protect the well-being of minors. This learning program describes good practices for preventing incidents of sexual misconduct and responding properly when allegations are made.


    Course ─ Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct

    Identifying and Reporting Sexual Misconduct Screenshot

    Topics covered:

    • Predators
    • Warning signs
    • Danger areas
    • Boundaries
    • Codes of conduct
    • Reporting
    Audience: Faculty, staff, supervisors
    Course length: 30 minutes

    Course ─ Hiring Staff Who Work With Minors

    Topics covered:

    • Hiring practices and background checks
    • Investigations
    • Discipline
    Audience: Faculty, staff, supervisors who serve as hiring managers
    Course length: 30 minutes

    Video ─ Shine a Light

    This short video is designed for temporary employees and volunteers in K-12 schools who have supervised access to children. It covers concrete ways to recognize, prevent, and report sexual misconduct.



  • It was informative and well-constructed. The presentation method used was engaging, effective, and kept my attention throughout. It made a very difficult subject surprisingly absorbing.
    - Protecting Children learning program participant