Colorado School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Dating and Relationship Violence

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Colorado School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Dating and Relationship Violence

Category: Discipline Addressing Specific Code of Conduct Violations
Subcategory: Dating and Relationship Violence
State: Colorado

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LAWS

22-1-128. Comprehensive human sexuality education–legislative declaration–definitions–guidelines and content standards.

(b) The general assembly further finds and declares that:

(I) There is a need to continue and expand efforts to ensure that all young people in Colorado have access to evidence-based, medically accurate, culturally sensitive, and age-appropriate comprehensive sexuality education, information, and resources to guide them in making informed decisions about their health and relationships. Additionally, schools need to promote healthy relationships through age-appropriate, culturally sensitive, and comprehensive human sexuality education, including providing information and resources for early intervention and response strategies to teen dating violence.

REGULATIONS

No relevant regulations found.

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