Sexual health education should address age-appropriate physical, mental, emotional, and social dimensions of human sexuality as part of planned and sequential health education.
The Ready Set Respect kit provides a set of tools to help educators at elementary (primary) level teach about respect and make the most of teachable moments. The lessons focus on name-calling, bullying and bias, and LGBT-inclusive family diversity and gender roles.
This resource is intended to provide support to key individuals as they fulfil their responsibilities in ensuring that their school is safe, supportive and affirming of all students, including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students, students perceived to be LGBT and students who h
The Safe Space Kit is designed to help educators create a safe space for LGBT students. One of the most effective ways for an educator to create a safe space is to be a supportive ally to LGBT students.
The U.S. Department of Education's Office of Elementary and Secondary Education compiled the attached examples of policies and emerging practices that some schools are already using to support transgender students.
The revised National Policy on Drugs, Grenada, provides the education system with relevant and updated guidelines and protocols, to address substance use and related
This toolkit offers resources and suggest practical steps to take and share to better connect health and education services.
Most states today have a policy requiring HIV education, usually in conjunction with broader sex education.
This circular focuses on the importance of physical activity and healthy eating. It is acknowledged that mental and psychological well-being are a key part of healthy lifestyles. Schools support these through their work on anti-bullying and the SPHE curriculum.