In Nebraska, school kids may soon be in for a few extra lessons.
As reported by Omaha’s KETV, the state’s Department of Education released the first draft of its Health Education Standards on March 10th.
Per Chief Academic Officer Dr. Cory Epler, the guidelines address the question of, “How do we help students make choices and have the knowledge skills to have a healthy life?”
That skillset comes courtesy of a group of educators, health professionals, and — as put by ABC7, “subject matter experts.”
The standards demand third graders be able to “demonstrate ways to promote dignity and respect
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