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Fact check: sexual harassment in schools web forum

The Women and Equalities Committee invites stakeholders to assess the strength of evidence submitted by the Government to the Committee's inquiry into sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools.

We've identified three areas of the Government's evidence we'd like comments on. We're asking you to make an evidence based assessment of their response in these areas. There is no need to comment on all three sections, though you are welcome to do so.

The comments received will help the Committee evaluate the evidence received from the Department and identify where contrasting evidence exists.

The Committee will use the input it receives to question ministers on July 12 and may quote from comments in its final report.

The deadline for comments was 5pm on Tuesday 5 July 2016.

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The Government’s assessment of the scale of the problem

Comment on the strength of the Government’s evidence assessing the scale of sexual harassment and sexual violence in schools

The Government’s actions

Comment on the strength of the Government’s evidence in keeping children safe, teacher training, and bullying and the Ofsted framework

PSHE education and the curriculum

Comment on the strength of the Government’s evidence on the current status of Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) education