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HIV/STI/Teen Pregnancy Health Education Program


This site contains HIV/STI/Teen Pregnancy prevention messages that may not be appropriate for all audiences. If you are not seeking such information or may be offended by such material, please exit this Web site.

Under a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the New Hampshire Department of Education HIV/STI/Teen Pregnancy/Health Program has focused it's efforts on strengthening school health education programs. We provide professional development activities and technical assistance for:

  • Efforts targeted for high-risk youth;
  • HIV policy development;
  • Involvement of parents, students, and community members in HIV prevention education; and
  • The New Hampshire Health Education Curriculum Guidelines, aligning health education to national standards including authentic, performance-based assessment;
  • The use of effective evidence-based HIV prevention education curriculum.

We also conduct the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and in alternate years the School Health Profile (SHP), and we make this data available for use in program development.

Characteristics of Effective Health Education Curricula
This information is from the Centers for Disease Control. It describes the characteristics of effective health education curricula.

NH Health/HIV Education Laws
Chapter 186, The State School Organization, Section 186:11, Chapter 189, Section 189:10.

 

NH Minimum Standards for Health Education Acrobat Reader
Go to Ed 306.40-Health Education Program.

 

Healthy Behavioral Outcomes for a Comprehensive Health Education Curriculum Acrobat Reader
This information is from the Centers for Disease Control. It describes the skills that students will learn from a comprehensive health education curriculum.

Other NH and National Health Statistics
Health data from other NH agencies and from the US government and other national organizations.

HIV Materials Review Process
Description of the NH Department of Education review process for HIV educational materials.

Technical Advisory for Minimum Standards for Health Education Acrobat Reader
Technical Advisory issued by the department to clarify school approval standards.

NH Health Data
YRBS and School Health Profile Results

Useful Resources
Web pages contain links to other useful information about

NH Health Education Curriculum Guidelines
NH Department of Education Health Education curriculum guidelines for elementary, middle, and high school

 



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