New York State is one of 37 states that signed Erin’s Law into legislation for schools. This law requires every public school in the state to teach child sexual abuse awareness and exploitation prevention classes to students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Erin’s Law is intended to help children, teachers, and parents in New York State schools identify sexual abuse, and to provide awareness, assistance, referral, or resource information for children and families who are victims of child sexual abuse.
New York State signed into legislation “Erin’s Law”. This law requires the teaching of sexual abuse, awareness, and prevention for grades K-8th. It is intended to provide awareness and assistance to students to recognize the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.
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