Dating violence curriculum
In addition, each session addresses up to 15 FDOE health education benchmarks.Three curricula were developed based on three age groupings: seventh and eighth grades, ninth and tenth grades and eleventh and twelfth grades. However, the curricula may be used in a three, five or eight session format.The policy can be found at: with FDOE, FCADV developed an Implementation Guide to the Model Policy.This guide provides more details to school districts, school administration, and other staff who may be involved in implementing a dating violence policy.For additional curriculum resources, please contact your local certified domestic violence center [ or email FCADV’s Prevention Program at [email protected]
Sessions one through three in each curriculum will provide a basic level of compliance with legislative requirements for comprehensive health programming.ODE provides several forms of assistance to districts in meeting the requirements.Links to the following guidelines and resources can help districts that have not yet met the requirements.It is important to note that this curriculum was created to address fundamental concepts related to dating violence prevention with the understanding that the facilitator may not have an in-depth knowledge of IPV prevention.However, facilitators are encouraged to adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of students.
The Florida Department of Education developed a model policy against teen dating violence or abuse that school districts are welcome to adopt.