Ending K-12 Sexual Harassment: A Toolkit for Parents and Allies

Dear Gender Equity Advocates and Friends of SSAIS,

Today we’re releasing the new  free resource “Ending K-12 Sexual Harassment: A Toolkit for Parents and Allies.”  It includes a new PSA with adults talking about the impact of sexual harassment on K-12 students. It draws on experts’ clips from Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School! and lists the procedures parents/allies can take to protect students. There’s also a new Title IX checklist, links to fact sheets, information for girls of color (referencing NWLC, Girls for Gender Equity, Alliance for Girls websites), and fact sheets for LGBTQ students.  The toolkit also addresses sexual harassment in private schools and educator abuse (with links to SESAME and TAALK).

It’s imperative that we get this material into the hands of parents and students’ allies.  You’re welcome to embed the PSA on your websites–preferably by linking to the YouTube so we can track views.  Please include a link to the toolkit too.

Watch the PSA  https://bit.ly/2HUGfI4

View the toolkit with PSA link http://stopsexualassaultinschools.org/toolkit/

The new toolkit encourages the public to protect students before it’s too late.  We’d appreciate your help disseminating this information!



Esther Warkov, Ph.D.

Executive Director, Co-Founder



Stop Sexual Assault in Schools
Educating about sex discrimination and the
right to an equal education free from sexual

harassment. SSAIS is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit.

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Watch “Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School!”

Watch “Sexual Harassment: Not in Our School!

shnios-buxton is an innovative video for K-12 parents, middle and high school students, schools, and community organizations. It’s about gender equality in education, students’ protections under Title IX, and much more. Video Contents  Media Reports

As high school students plan for their new gender equality group, we watch them interview nationally recognized education, legal, and LGBTQ experts and learn from counselors, advocates, parents, and students. The video offers simple steps and engaging activities to make schools safer with equal learning spaces for all students.

In Part 2, a teenage victim learns about her right to privacy and mandated reporting when she speaks with a victim’s advocate.

 was created by parents who know—first hand—how important this information is for K-12 families. Share the video and Action Guide widely. Use the Presentation Guide to invite others to start the conversation!

shnios-buxton is free of charge. Your tax-deductible donation helps to defray production costs of Part 1 and allows us to produce Part 2.  To make your donation, please use PayPal. Thank you!War


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