What is Erin’s Law
Erin’s Law requires instruction on sexual abuse and assault awareness/prevention education in schools. South Carolina is one of nearly 40 states where the law has passed.
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Specifically, the law requires that public schools implement a program that teaches:
The law is named after childhood sexual assault survivor and activist Erin Merryn.
South Carolina Department of Social Services (DSS): 1-888-CARE4US (888-227-3487).
Should you have questions about the instructional delivery of Erin’s Law, please contact Dr. Anne Pressley, Director, Office of Standards and Learning, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 803-734-8574.
Should you have questions about Erin’s Law from a school counseling perspective, please contact Sherrie Beaver, School Counseling Personnel Liaison, at email@example.com or 803-734-6267.