The Imperative of Incident Reporting
The demand for information and accountability in the provision of study abroad programs continues to grow, particularly in relation to student safety. As a result, incident reporting during study abroad has attracted attention in the United States at federal and state levels. Learn why reporting is important, and get familiar with current and proposed legislation and what it means for sending and receiving campuses. We’ll also discuss the Critical Incident Database, developed by The Forum on Education Abroad, as an important professional tool for collective tracking and reporting.
Kerry A. Geffert, Terra Dotta
Natalie A. Mello, The Forum on Education Abroad; John G. Tansey, Dartmouth College