Today 1 in 3 females and 1 in 4 males experience sexual abuse in their lifetimes. And it starts early. According to the US Centers for Disease Control, more than 50% of this abuse for both males and females occurs before the age of 17. And these statistics are based only on reported incidents. According to United Educators, as many as 90% of incidents are never reported. Schools are responsible for maintaining an environment that prioritizes student safety. Prevention and response are essential ingredients to fulfilling this responsibility. While there are many resources available, there has been no centralized source for information, practices and tools to support school leaders. Until now.
Learning Courage gives school leaders the tools they need to reduce the number of incidents and respond appropriately when they do occur. Connecting schools with ground-breaking programs, best practices and both human and academic resources will prevent incidents and minimize trauma from each occurrence.
Katherine Dinh, Head of School, Marin Country Day School
Anne Owen Armfield, Former Board of Trustees, The Hotchkiss School
Charis Denison, Founder, Prajna Consulting
Mike Hanas, Head of School, San Francisco Friends School
Learning Courage membership gives your school timely, relevant and vital information about how to reduce sexual misconduct and respond appropriately to incidents when they do occur.