Guidelines and Tips for National Facilitators Presenting Remotely

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MBF Prevention Education Programs were developed to be presented in person in classrooms. However, we understand that during this unprecedented time, it is critical for students to receive this safety instruction. Thus, we are allowing remote live-streamed or recorded presentations of lessons through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.

Please review these Guidelines and Tips for National Facilitators Presenting Remotely.


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