Hostile Hallways (2001)exposed an alarmingparadox. Students todayare more aware of sexualharassment policies thanthey were in 1993 – whenthe AAUW EducationalFoundation conducted thefirst Hostile Hallways survey– but sexual harassmentremains a serious problemin our schools.
Harassm ent-Free Hallway s:How to Stop Sexual Harassm entin Schools Harassment-Free Hallways, a guide for students, parents, and educators, was posted on AAUW’s website August 20, 2002. The guide has been updated in 2004.
Harassment-Free Hallways: Howto Stop Sexual Harassment incollege`s The guide features: Targeted checklists and surveys Practical strategies to help prevent harassment Examples of model policies and prevention programs Separate downloadable sections specifically geared to various audiences A survey, resource list, and safety plan for students An extensive list of resources
NE B A ullying Awareness Campaign: AAUW has also established a partnership with the National Educational Association (NEA) to support the NEA Bullying Awareness Campaign. Through this partnership, NEA provides AAUW members around the country with training on how to confront and tackle the problem of bullying and sexual harassment.