Dating violence education
If activities or discussions are too advanced, you are invited to adapt the content as appropriate.Likewise, if you or your students are more advanced in your understanding of certain content areas, you are encouraged to make revisions to the curriculum to meet your needs.In some cases, centers can provide a speaker for your class about prevention.If you’d like more information about training on domestic and dating violence or technical assistance for facilitating this curriculum, please contact your local certified domestic violence center or email [email protected]
This guide provides more details to school districts, school administration, and other staff who may be involved in implementing a dating violence policy.
For additional curriculum resources, please contact your local certified domestic violence center [ or email FCADV’s Prevention Program at [email protected]
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of the components that must be covered as a part of students’ comprehensive health education according to Florida Statute 1003.42.
The statutory requirements addressed in the curricula include: the definition of dating violence and abuse, warning signs of dating violence and abusive behavior, characteristics of healthy relationships, measures to prevent and stop dating violence and abuse and community resources available to victims of dating violence and abuse.