Reuters.com 9.26.15 | Ted Siefer Elite New England private schools are revamping their sex education programs and school policies to help prevent sexual assaults after a high-profile student rape trial in New Hampshire drew scrutiny this summer. The moves by schools like Phillips
The Michigan Daily 9.17.15 | Emma Kinery Michigan Democrats are trying to change the way consent is discussed in the state — starting with how the concept is taught in schools. Though a bill jointly introduced Wednesday by state Sen. Curtis Hertel Jr.
URGE.com 9.17.15 | Carley Towne On Friday, September 11, the California State legislature passed SB-695, a bill that would require high school health classes to include information about affirmative consent and sexual assault alongside existing health curriculum. The legislation, spearheaded by Senator Kevin
WILXTV 9.15.15 "No Means No" could soon change to "Yes Means Yes." Some local lawmakers proposed that bill on Tuesday, hoping it could help prevent sexual assaults on campus. The general idea is anything less than yes, should mean no when it comes
Slate.com 9.15.15 | Christina Cauterucci Last week, in a middle school just outside Baltimore, a 13-year-old boy grabbed a 14-year-old girl by the shirt, pulled her to his face, and stuck his tongue inside her mouth. Police arrested the boy and charged him
Cosmopolitan 9.10.15 | Prachi Gupta Lawmakers say the conversation about affirmative consent must start before college. California Gov. Jerry Brown is expected to sign a new "yes means yes" bill in the next few days, the Guardian reports, making California the first state
The Guardian 9.10.15 | Anita Chabria First-in-the-nation measure requires high schools to teach ‘different forms of sexual harassment and violence’ and include lessons on seeking sexual consent As the “yes means yes” standard of sexual conduct spreads to many US college campuses, California
Associated Press 9.4.15 SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Lawmakers on Friday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a "Yes means Yes" bill that backers said would make California the first to bring the sexual assault training to high schools. SB695 requires school districts to teach sexual