1. COVID-19 and Remote Learning: Child Abuse Reporting

COVID-19 and Remote Learning: Child Abuse Reporting

Education attorney Melissa Fleischer will explain strategies to protect students from abuse while they are learning from home. You will learn how to comply with legal requirements and help children.
Event ID: 2528621
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Monday, August 17, 2020; 3 PM Eastern
Duration: Scheduled for 60 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Melissa Fleischer, attorney at law and president, HR Learning Center, LLC
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2 - 3 $39.00
4 - 5 $34.00
6+ $29.00

COVID-19 and Remote Learning: Child Abuse Reporting

Teachers of distance learning classes are still obligated to report child abuse. Although it may be more difficult to observe the warning signs that indicate a child may be a victim of abuse, educators must uphold this vital responsibility.

You can help teachers understand their obligations, learn how to recognize abuse when students are learning from home, and report their concerns.

  • What are the obligations for reporting abuse during remote learning?
  • How can you recognize the signs of child abuse for students at home?
  • What reporting mechanisms are in place?
  • What should mandated reporters of abuse and neglect do during COVID-19?

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