Southeastern Recognized for Training Teacher Candidates to Detect Child Sexual Abuse
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CAS, a non-profit organization, serves children and families in 10 area parishes, providing services through the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) and Children's Advocacy Center.
The preview screening at the Columbia of "Stewards of Children" also featured an appearance by
CAS President and CEO
"As a result, over 915 students have been trained in Stewards of Children,' Carlisle said. "Southeastern is the only university in
In accepting the award, Jacob noted the
"We instill this in our prospective teachers from the outset of their preparation," she said. "In many cases, it will be the teacher who will recognize the early signs of sexual abuse among children."
"Our teacher candidates now know the important role they play in helping to ensure the safety of the children they teach," said
The program was hosted by
For more information on the Stewards of Children training program, contact CAS at 985-902-9583.
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