Advice for school leaders
Does your school community have a workplace culture problem? Are incidents of sexual harassment, sexism, microagressions, and other types of gender discrimination not being addressed? Do you think these problems would never happen at your school?
School leaders often believe they can do very little to prevent sexual misconduct. It’s easier to label it a cultural or interpersonal problem. But, there are things you can do to prevent sexual misconduct in your school and there are ways to demonstrate institutional courage when responding to allegations of misconduct.
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