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Education Code 51210 (1976/2001) requires instruction in grades 1 through 6 in "health, including instruction in the principles and practices of individual, family, and community health." Education Code 51934 (2003) requires HIV/AIDS prevention instruction to all pupils in grades 7 to 12 at least once in junior high or middle school and at least once in high school.
Education Code 51220.5 (1992/1993) requires parenting education to be included in either grade 7 or grade 8.
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Appearance on the list as active verifies the current validity of any license or certificate.Education Code 33350 (no date available) encourages school districts that offer physical education in grades K-12 to provide quality instruction that develops the knowledge, attitudes, skills, behaviors, and motivation needed for lifelong fitness and activity.Education Code 51210 (no date available) requires 200 minutes of physical education to be included in the adopted course of study for grades 1-6.Curriculum Content: The Health Education Content Standards for California Public Schools (2008) provide guidance for local school districts to develop health education curricula.The Health Framework for California Public Schools (2003) provides voluntary guidelines to districts and schools, including additional supporting information and an update of school health laws. schools to fulfill their physical education obligations" in Assembly Concurrent Resolution 31 (2003).