Protecting Children: Managing Campus Contractors and Student Educators

January 2017 | 0 Comments  Average 0 out of 5

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Contractors and student educators frequently interact with or have access to minors on campus. This creates risks that must regularly be assessed and managed.

Schools commonly contract with outside parties to provide or receive services. Contractors with access to children pose a risk for sexual misconduct in campus-based or affiliated programs. Additionally, many schools accept paid college student teaching assistants who work directly and indirectly with children. While these programs present invaluable work experience, there are also risks to the schools.

This checklist is recommended to ensure that proper oversight and risk mitigation strategies are in place when contractors and student employees have regular or unsupervised access to minors.


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