Roundtable: Boundary Training in K-12 Schools

December 2006 | 0 Comments  Average 0 out of 5

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Schools are an ideal place to learn about boundaries. Derived from the field of psychology, the term refers to how an adult or child defines oneself, sets limits and establishes consequences for others’ behavior. “Boundary training” can help make schools safer by educating employees and students on healthy relationships. The training may reduce incidents of sexual misconduct, bullying, hazing, other forms of discrimination and harassment as well as financial improprieties.

This roundtable addresses why boundary training is necessary and how it is conducted in public and independent K-12 schools. The speakers give examples of appropriate and inappropriate interactions involving employees and students in the risk areas of physical, verbal, attire, financial and social contacts.


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