Friday, April 1, 2022
Inaugurated in 2001, Sexual Assault Awareness Month seeks to raise awareness about sexual violence and to educate the public, including law enforcement, about the true causes of sexual assault- primarily male entitlement and lack of respect for women. It also promotes bystander involvement and encourages victims to report assaults without shame or fear.
- “How My Third-Graders and I Address Consent” A Teaching Tolerance Award winner shares how she teaches her elementary students about consent throughout the year. It’s not too early—or too late—to start.
- “Rights, Respect, Responsibility: A K-12 Sex Education Curriculum Aligned with National Sexuality Education Standards”