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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 781 SAFER ELECTRONIC EXCHANGES BETWEEN COACHES AND ATHLETES HOW BIG IS THE PROBLEM OF ILLEGAL EDUCATOR-STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS? NY is the 8th highest ranking state by number of cases* 4 out of 10 cases stemmed fromtexts and social media* cases reportednationally in 2014* 151 cases withinsports programs* SAFETY TIPS FOR YOUR ATHLETIC PROGRAM Ensure channels used for electronicexchanges can provide your districtarchived exchanges and instant transparency. Texting and most social media platforms are private and may not archive messages. Share safety measures takento get support and give parents a peace of mind. If a situation occurs, quickly provide information to every parent, not just those with students involved. Casesmay become more problematic when notcommunicating in a timely manner.* Educate coaches, athletes, and even parents on what is consideredan appropriate coach-athlete relationshipand the implications of violating. InteractWith Sourced statistics and information from Drive West Communications, provides coaches and their athletes an app to safely communicate through mobile, without sharing phone numbers. Athletic directors have online tools to prevent andprovide instant resolutions to inappropriate exchanges.For more information, contact, Require archiving and transparency Educate. Educate. Educate. Have a policy withclear guidelines Review the policies with everyone often. Create a list of dos and dont's that consistently reminds everyone, like creating a poster board and putting it in the locker rooms. Involve the community +$200,000 potential costs (legal, settlement, doc reporting) for schools to resolve incidents *
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