Alaska Fourth R Curriculum Evaluation: Findings Report 2011-2014

Evaluates the findings from the Alaska Fourth R Curriculum Evaluation Project, a three-year, multi-site program evaluation. The purpose of the evaluation study was to assess the impact and implementation of the Fourth R Healthy Relationships curriculum in geographically diverse school districts in Alaska to determine if youth who participated in the Fourth R curriculum improved their applied knowledge, attitudes, behavioral intentions and behaviors, and increased protective factors more than youth who participated in a regular health class. Overall, teachers and students benefited from the Fourth R curriculum, and provided rich examples of how students were using the Fourth R lessons in their real lives (outside of the classroom).

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