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Our legislators are often the key to making high level systemic changes in order to strengthen the system's response to felony child abuse.It is important to CACM to educate our legislators on the impact of state statutes on child sexual abuse investigations.In order to have a strong systematic response to child abuse, it is imperative to collaborate not only with our team members that are side by side with us after a report has been made, but also with those state level leaders that make decisions about legislation that directly impact children and families.CACM strives to increase the awareness of state legislators and other relevant policy makers regarding the CAC model.The Guidance uses the term "schools" to refer to all those institutions.The "education program or activity" of a school includes all of the school's operations.
Hostile Environment Sexual Harassment--Sexually harassing conduct (which can include unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal, nonverbal, or physical conduct of a sexual nature) by an employee, by another student, or by a third party that is sufficiently severe, persistent, or pervasive to limit a student's ability to participate in or benefit from an education program or activity, or to create a hostile or abusive educational environment.This means that Title IX protects students in connection with all of the academic, educational, extra-curricular, athletic, and other programs of the school, whether they take place in the facilities of the school, on a school bus, at a class or training program sponsored by the school at another location, or elsewhere. American paddlefish are smooth-skinned freshwater fish commonly called paddlefish, but are also referred to as Mississippi paddlefish, spoon-billed cats, or spoonbills.They are one of only two extant species in the paddlefish family, Polyodontidae.The other is the critically endangered Chinese paddlefish (Psephurus gladius) endemic to the Yangtze River basin in China.
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