Online Enough! Course for Schools

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Enough! Preventing Child Sexual Abuse in My School
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“Enough!” is the most comprehensive training course available in the U.S. developed exclusively to meet the specific needs of public and private schools, and to address the challenges they face in preventing child sexual abuse and educator sexual misconduct. The one-hour, online course with available closed captions provides learners with an engaging and interactive experience.  

Enough! was selected by the U.S. Department of Justice in 2019 for inclusion in its national repository of effective, quality programs and practices in the fields of criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim prevention.  

How to Purchase

School administrators and leaders may preview the course for free with no obligation. Licenses are available for system-wide implementation of the course by public schools or districts, private schools, state departments of education, and schools of education.

To request a free preview for your leadership team, discuss annual or multi-year licensing, or to explore funding opportunities to support implementation of the training program for your school, please contact or call (617) 742-8555.

Interested individuals can also take the course. Contact us at and we will send you a special access link. Your $20 registration fee can be paid by check and sent to MassKids, 112 Water St., Suite 204, Boston, MA 02109.  

Many thanks for all your efforts to keep children safe!

What the Research Tells Us

A randomized-controlled study of teachers in three states published in the Journal of Child Sexual Abuse (2019) has documented, at the highest levels of statistical significance:

  • Increased learner knowledge about child sexual abuse and its prevention;
  • Ability to identify boundary-violating behaviors that if left unchecked could lead to sexual misconduct or abuse; and
  • Confidence and willingness to report suspected or disclosed cases. 

98.4% of learners indicated they would recommend the course to their colleagues. 

Who Should Take the Course?

Public and private school teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators, counselors, school resource officers, coaches, office personnel, transportation providers, food service workers, security guards, and custodians, as well as parents, school volunteers, and Parent Teacher Organization and School Committee members will all benefit from this course.