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Preventing and Responding to Teen Dating Violence

February 19, 2015

Presented by Michelle Nutter, Safe and Supportive Schools Program Manager, and Leah Galkowski, Safe Schools Coordinator, Center for Safe Schools, Camp Hill, Pa.

Teen Dating Violence, on form of peer abuse that affects school-aged students, is both prevalent and under-reported. Many incidents take place at school, yet even those that take place off campus still impact the learning environment. This session will provide attendees with important information to prevent, identify and respond to teen dating violence. An overview of the PA Model Dating Violence Prevention Policy will be discussed. Finally, the session will identify evidence-based programs and best practices to address this important issue.

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March 13, 2017
Harrisburg, Pa.
2017 Social and Emotional Learning Conference:
Building Skills for Lifelong Success

Enjoy a motivating keynote address from Dave Levin, co-founder of KIPP New York, hear from state and national experts about the latest research in social and emotional learning, and learn about effective program models and promising practices.

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