Relationships Are Key to Health
The Andover Public Schools Health Education program has been using Healthy Relationships for three years as a significant component of the schools' 28-session Health course. Says Health Education Program Coordinator Brenda O'Brien: "We want less of an emphasis on human anatomy and physiology and more on human relationships and the concept of self. Our prejudice is to move more towards yours rather than the anatomical, which doesn't mean anything to kids. But they do remember relationships and deconstructing stereotypes. My staff has valued it, and supports its use. I know they would be looking for something else if they felt it was missing the mark. They're astute in choosing materials, particularly because of the limited amount of time that's available...This is an outstanding resource that we have utilized as one of the dominant parts of our Health curriculum, and we recommend it to all schools."
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