Louisiana: HB 46 (2010): Requires each public school to provide dating violence education as part of its health curriculum in grades 7-12.
Maine: (2009) Directs the DOE to review its policies and rules regarding faculty and student training on the topic of dating abuse and to review its administrative policies to determine which address dating abuse.
Local boards may implement such programs at any time and for any grade level local boards find appropriate, and the state board shall encourage the implementation of such programs.
In addition, the state board shall make information regarding such programs available to the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia.
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These forms include physical abuse, sexual abuse, psychological abuse, financial abuse, coercive control, litigation abuse, separation abuse, pet abuse, non-fatal strangulation, stalking, dating violence, elder abuse and more.
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