Link to Health Education Content Standards for California Public Schools, Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (2008)
Link to Health Education Framework For California Public Schools, Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (2019)
Infographic: A guide to understanding the CA Health Education Framework (2019) and Grade Level implementation of Health Education Standards in multiple languages
Standard Guides and Skill Posters of each CA Health Education Standards by Grade Level Spans (K-3, 4-6, 7-8, 9-12), and Model Learning Activities based on Health Education Framework Activities
OCDE Newsroom (August 2019) story and video featuring Dareen Khatib, Student Health and Wellness Administrator at Orange County Department of Education
CDC webpage detailing how school programs can use the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model to promote positive health behaviors and lessen negative health behaviors.
Information Fact Sheets with key details for sharing about CHYA and the Framework ; CHYA and the Fair Education Act ; K-6 Guidance on content in the Health Education Standards and Framework related to gender identity
An online and in-person training program for California educators. Educators who successfully complete the program’s required and elective modules, will receive a SHE Training Program Certificate of Completion. The required courses are free and most electives are free.
Briefings about CHYA Fast Facts; ACLU LGBTQ and Parent Opt Out Guidance; ACLU K-6 Guidance related to Sexual Health
Updated review of comprehensive sexual health education curriculum in compliance with CHYA.
American Academy of Pediatrics policy statement with guidance and recommendations for parents and clinicians applicable to educational settings on using a gender-affirming approach to supporting and caring for transgender and gender-diverse children and adolescents
PDF with Checklist for Appropriate Practices, Examples/Samples of Implementation for Health Education Learning Environment; Curriculum, Instruction; Assessment; Advocacy
SHAPE Guidance Document outlines essential components and structure for an effective health education program, evidence supporting why health education is a key element of a well-rounded education for all students.