No schedule yet for suggestion to board
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The Vigo County School Corp. administration plans to make a recommendation related to the sex education curriculum and use of Creating Positive Relationships program after about a year of school board and community discussion.
Superintendent Rob Haworth doesn’t always have a schedule as to whenever he will provide that recommendation, but he anticipates presenting it at a college board work session before seeking college board action at a typical meeting; he will first look for input through the college board’s intercourse training committee.
The intercourse ed committee came across Tuesday and had two separate reviews of this CPR/sex ed curriculum, one generally favorable therefore the other вЂ” very critical вЂ” suggesting a “change to an evidence-based curriculum” which has been evaluated for medical precision as well as other facets.
Both reviews that are independent carried out by doctors who possess a link to IU wellness, Haworth stated. He declined to express who specifically carried out the review, as the reviewers were told by him that could remain private.
Review number 2 stated the CPR curriculum included “gross medical inaccuracies; omission of crucial information that is medical non-standard, obscure and confusing definitions of search terms; not enough a wellness framework; and not enough inclusivity.”
With its suggestion, it claimed, “Despite the benefit of a curriculum dedicated to healthier relationships, the sheer level of medical inaccuracy raises significant issues about these curricula.”