AIDS Education of School-aged Youth: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, Second Session, May 3, 1990, Volume 4
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Page 222 - All 50 States, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and Guam have submitted plans and applications for funds.
Page 239 - ... personnel, school counselors, and other relevant school personnel should receive general training about a) the nature of the AIDS epidemic and means of controlling its spread, b) the role of the school in providing education to prevent transmission of HIV, c) methods and materials to accomplish effective programs of school health education about AIDS, and d) school policies for students and staff who may be infected. In addition, a team of school personnel responsible for teaching about AIDS...
Page 241 - ... what extent is the program taught by regular classroom teachers in elementary grades and by qualified health education teachers or other similarly trained personnel in secondary grades? 4) To what extent is the program designed to help students acquire essential knowledge to prevent HIV infection at each appropriate grade? 5) To what extent does the program describe the benefits of abstinence for young people and mutually monogamous relationships within the context of marriage for adults? 6)...
Page 131 - August 31, 1990 The Honorable John Glenn Chairman Committee on Governmental Affairs United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 Dear Mr. Chairman...
Page 46 - The committee will stand in recess, subject to call of the Chair. (Whereupon, at...
Page 160 - OF INSPECTOR GENERAL The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to promote the efficiency, effectiveness, and integrity of programs in the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). It does this by developing methods to detect and prevent fraud, waste, and abuse. Created by statute in 1976, the Inspector General keeps both the Secretary and the Congress fully and currently informed about programs or management problems and recommends corrective action.
Page 189 - Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration Centers for Disease Control Food and Drug Administration Health Resources and Services Administration Indian Health Service National Institutes of Health Health Care Financing Administration Social Security Administration Family Support Administration.
Page 240 - AIDS education should be developed with the active involvement of parents and should address the broad range of behavior exhibited by young people. Educational programs should assure that young people acquire the knowledge and skills they will need to adopt and maintain types of behavior that virtually eliminate their risk of becoming infected. School systems should make programs available that will enable and encourage young people who have not engaged in sexual intercourse and who have not used...
Page 238 - ... director of curriculum and instruction for a local education department, a health education teacher, a director of school health programs for a local school district, a director of a state health department, a deputy director of a local health department, and an expert in child and adolescent development. Planning and Implementing Effective School Health Education about AIDS The Nation's public and private schools have the capacity and responsibility to help assure that young people understand...