Both Maryland and Virginia have passed a law to prevent sexual abuse in schools and educate kids on consent, boundaries, and identifying inappropriate behavior. But what does this training really look like? And what more can be done to protect our kids?

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  • Michele Booth Cole Executive Director, Safe Shores: The DC Children's Advocacy Center; @Mboothcole
  • Jennifer Alvaro Clinical Social Worker; Certified Sex Offender Treatment Provider; Montgomery County Public Schools Parent; @jennifermalvaro
  • LaTonsha Pridgen Founder, Stomp Out the Silence; @LTPridgen

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