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Started: 1/7/2019 10:01 AM
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Dawna Hatcher
Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Guide & SB 401

https://abuse.publichealth.gsu.edu/targ/

https://abuse.publichealth.gsu.edu/files/2018/09/TARG-online-sample.pdf


Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Guide & SB 401

Georgia’s Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Technical Assistance Resource Guide (TARG) is intended to outline how communities and schools can utilize existing sexual abuse prevention strategies and programs to improve the health and well-being of their youth population.

The TARG is a comprehensive guide that provides best practices on:

  • principles of prevention,
  • identifying resources for the classroom,
  • developing a prevention plan,
  • age appropriate teaching suggestions,
  • analysis of specific programs, and
  • guidelines for implementation and evaluation.

Download the full TARG by filling in your contact information below.

The TARG is a recommended guide for educators looking to comply with SB 401. SB 401, a 2018 revision to the Quality Basic Education Act, GA Code Section 20-2-143, requires:

  • Annual age-appropriate sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education for students K-9
  • To provide professional learning that may include participating in or presenting at in-service training on sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention (GA Code 20-2-200)
  • In-service training programs on sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention for personnel that will be providing instruction in annual age-appropriate sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education K-9 (GA Code Section 20-2-201)


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  • Dawna Hatcher
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Dawna Hatcher

https://abuse.publichealth.gsu.edu/targ/

https://abuse.publichealth.gsu.edu/files/2018/09/TARG-online-sample.pdf


Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Guide & SB 401

Georgia’s Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Technical Assistance Resource Guide (TARG) is intended to outline how communities and schools can utilize existing sexual abuse prevention strategies and programs to improve the health and well-being of their youth population.

The TARG is a comprehensive guide that provides best practices on:

  • principles of prevention,
  • identifying resources for the classroom,
  • developing a prevention plan,
  • age appropriate teaching suggestions,
  • analysis of specific programs, and
  • guidelines for implementation and evaluation.

Download the full TARG by filling in your contact information below.

The TARG is a recommended guide for educators looking to comply with SB 401. SB 401, a 2018 revision to the Quality Basic Education Act, GA Code Section 20-2-143, requires:

  • Annual age-appropriate sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education for students K-9
  • To provide professional learning that may include participating in or presenting at in-service training on sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention (GA Code 20-2-200)
  • In-service training programs on sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention for personnel that will be providing instruction in annual age-appropriate sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention education K-9 (GA Code Section 20-2-201)


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