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Child sexual abuse is not a topic people want to think or talk about, but talking to kids about abuse is paramount for their safety. Our corporate communications manager, Allison Wedell Schumacher, recently blogged about how to start uncomfortable conversations with kids and why it’s so important.
Read the blog on Momsrising.org
 


 
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Back by Popular Demand

When the counselor who taught the Second Step program left Seattle’s John Stanford International School, the program faded, and the need for social-emotional learning became more evident. The current counselor, Dan Turner, decided to bring it back and make the Second Step program a permanent part of the school curriculum.
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