Advice for School Leaders

Advice for School Leaders

Sexting and the consequences for Schools

The purpose of the symposium was to support schools dealing with the complex issues around explicit self-generated images of minors. There were inputs from curriculum, policy, legal, and law enforcement experts. Legal, law enforcement and policy experts all spoke on the topic of under age sexting. You can also view each section of the symposium here:
View our classroom videos here.

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