Schools are often the first places where people experience sexual harassment. But few students report it, and those who come forward are often ignored, disbelieved, or even punished by their schools. The 100 School Districts project is based on the principle that schools can be sites of transformative change when responding to and preventing sexual harassment. Read our report and student toolkit to learn about 12 comprehensive, intersectional, survivor-centered, and non-punitive policies that schools can adopt to better address sexual harassment. Together, we can create a better world for all students.

Partner with us! If you are a student, parent, educator, or advocate who would like to partner with us to end sexual harassment in your school district, please get in touch with us by filling out this interest form. 

100 School District: The Report

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Read this report to learn about our 12 policy recommendations for school districts to prevent and respond to sexual harassment: 

  1. Provide sexual health education for all students 
  2. Train all staff on sexual harassment 
  3. Remove police from schools 
  4. Invest in social workers and non-law enforcement adult helpers in schools 
  5. Abolish dress codes 
  6. Respect transgender and nonbinary students 
  7. Collect climate survey data 
  8. Make it easy to report sexual harassment 
  9. Provide supportive measures to students who report sexual harassment 
  10. Protect—don’t punish—students who report sexual harassment 
  11. Ensure prompt and equitable investigations 
  12. Offer a restorative process as an option 

100 School Districts: Student Toolkit 

Download the toolkit as a PDF or Word document 

Sexual Harassment 

What is sexual harassment?
Why do schools need better sexual harassment policies? 

Know Your Rights 

What Title IX?
How do I report sexual harassment? 

The 100 School Districts Recommendations 

What can my school do to prevent sexual harassment?
What can my school do to respond to sexual harassment? 

How To Change Your School’s Policies 

  1. Bring people together
  2. Make a list of demands
  3. Reach out to school leaders
  4. Add pressure if needed
  5. Tell us how it went!