Learning Courage members demonstrate their commitment to promote healthy relationships, reducing incidents of sexual abuse and responding with a survivor-centered and trauma-informed approach. We are proud to partner with the schools listed below and welcome the opportunity to help you reduce and respond to incidents.
By joining the first cohort of schools at Learning Courage, these founding members have boldly demonstrated their deep commitment to addressing issues of sexual misconduct, student safety and wellbeing. They recognize the importance of consistently improving policy, increasing resources, and making positive culture changes. These schools support school leaders in keeping students and school communities safe.
These member schools have joined with Learning Courage showing their commitment to promote healthy relationships, reducing incidents of sexual abuse and responding with a survivor-centered and trauma-informed approach. They also recognize the importance of consistently improving policy, making resources accessible, and making positive culture changes demonstrating their commitment to keeping students and school communities safe.
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“Marin Country Day is a Founding Member of Learning Courage because keeping students safe is one of our greatest concerns. We recognize the importance of knowing the most current thinking for reducing and responding to incidents of sexual misconduct in schools. That’s exactly what Learning Courage gives us."
Katherine Dinh, Head of School, Marin Country Day School
“Learning Courage is exactly what school leaders need so they can plan with confidence and respond quickly, knowing they are using the best practices."
Anne Owen Armfield, Former Board of Trustees, The Hotchkiss School
“Learning Courage fills a crucial hole in the response to Sexual Misconduct that has been an enormous obstacle: an accurate, compassionate and LONG term, BIG picture solution to this chronic issue. This organization is one that I feel confident in fully standing behind."
Charis Denison, Founder, Prajna Consulting
"My work with survivors of sexual misconduct asked more of me than anything I'd previously done or imagined. It was also a privilege to be afforded the responsibility to do it as well as possible. I only wish that I had met the team at Learning Courage before taking on the work; their wisdom, compassion, and commitment to supporting school leaders in keeping students safe will serve generations of individuals and school communities to come."
Mike Hanas, Former Head of School, San Francisco Friends School