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HB 286 Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Implementation

Utah Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Training

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Q. What child sexual abuse prevention is required? Beginning in the 2016-17 school year, a school district or charter school shall provide training and instruction on child sexual abuse prevention and awareness to school personnel in elementary and secondary schools and to parents or guardians of elementary school students. While not required by law, a school district or charter may provide training to K-6 students.

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MINIMUM EXPECTATIONS FOR PARENTS AND GUARDIANS

This document will be used for these intended purposes:

  1. To satisfy House Bill 286, Second Substitute Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, sponsored in the 2014 General Session of the Utah Legislature by Rep. Angela Romero, which enacted Utah Code 53A-13-112, provisions relating to child sexual abuse prevention training and instruction in public schools.
  2. As a guide for evaluation of possible curricula by the state and possibly by Local Education Agencies throughout Utah.

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MINIMUM EXPECTATIONS FOR YOUTH CURRICULUM (K-6)

This document will be used for these intended purposes:

  1. To satisfy House Bill 286, Second Substitute Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, sponsored in the 2014 General Session of the Utah Legislature by Rep. Angela Romero, which enacted Utah Code 53A-13-112, provisions relating to child sexual abuse prevention training and instruction in public schools.
  2. As a guide for evaluation of possible curricula by the state and possibly by Local Education Agencies throughout Utah.

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INSTRUCTION FOR YOUTH-SERVING ADULTS

This document will be used for these intended purposes:

  1. To satisfy House Bill 286, Second Substitute Child Sexual Abuse Prevention, sponsored in the 2014 General Session of the Utah Legislature by Rep. Angela Romero, which enacted Utah Code 53A-13-112, provisions relating to child sexual abuse prevention training and instruction in public schools.
  2. As a guide for evaluation of possible curricula by the state and possibly by local education agencies throughout Utah.

A Youth-serving Adult (YSA) is any adult who works with children not related to them. This includes teachers, coaches, nurses, volunteers, advocates, and other paid and non-paid staff.

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