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Evidence-Based Abstinence Curricula and Free Training

The Texas Department of State Health Services can purchase evidence-based abstinence curricula for school districts (these are programs that are proven to delay the initiation of sexual debut) and provide free training for staff/teachers to deliver the curriculum during the school day in school systems. The ISD must show proof that it has gone through […]

Proposed Amendments – State Board of Education Rules

The following rule actions were filed with the Texas Register on Monday, February 25, 2013, for publication in the March 8, 2013, issue: Proposed Amendments to 19 TAC Chapter 115, Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Health Education, Subchapter A, Elementary, §§115.2-115.7, and Subchapter B, Middle School, §115.22 and §115.23 Summary: The proposed amendments would […]

School Health Survey due April 12, 2013

The Texas Education Agency posted a notice regarding a required school Health Survey at http://www.tea.state.tx.us/index4.aspx?id=25769803924. The survey is to be completed by districts using an online Survey Monkey website. One district employee should be indentified to work with other employees to gather the needed data for submission. The posting provides additional information as well as […]

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