Instructional outcomes for sex and family life education

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The Department , Providence, R.I
Sex instruction, Family life educ
StatementRhode Island Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Division of School Support Services.
SeriesKraus curriculum development library -- HS K-146.
ContributionsRhode Island. Dept. of Elementary & Secondary Education. Division of School Support Services.
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 38 p.
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Open LibraryOL14103781M

The Health and family Life Education (HFLE) staff training aims to provide opportunities for training participants; to explore the nature and benefits of incorporating the HFLE curriculum in schools, participate in planning, implementing and assessing HFLE lessons using the Life Skills, participatory methodologies.

However, pursuant to N.J.S.A. 18A, any child whose parent or guardian presents to the school a signed statement that any part of instruction in health, family life education, or sex education is in conflict with his or her conscience or sincerely held moral or religious beliefs shall be excused from that portion of the course.

FAMILY LIFE EDUCATION 3 9. A local curriculum plan shall use as a reference the Family Life Education Standards of Learning objectives approved by the Board of Education and shall provide age-appropriate, medically-accurate instruction in relation to.

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