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Allows the Department of Education to make modifications to ensure age-appropriate curricula in elementary school.

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The bill includes that accurate, age-appropriate and culturally responsive STI prevention curricula shall be provided to schools.HB 859/ SB 1056 Requires each public school that offers programs regarding human sexuality, including family planning, pregnancy, or sexually transmitted infections prevention, including the prevention of HIV and AIDS, to provide comprehensive, medically accurate, and factual information that is developmentally and age appropriate.Though the teen birth rate has declined to its lowest levels since data collection began, the United States still has the highest teen birth rate in the industrialized world.Roughly one in four girls will become pregnant at least once by their 20th birthday.Requires that school districts provide sex education that is medically accurate and age and developmentally appropriate in grades kindergarten through 12.

Creates additional requirements for sex education, including the importance of using effective contraceptives to prevent unintended pregnancy, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases.Also provides that professional learning and in-service training may include programs on sexual abuse and assault awareness and prevention.HB 459 / SB 395 Amends existing sexuality health education law to specify additional requirements for information that helps students form healthy relationships and communication skills, as well as critical thinking, decision making and stress management skills, and encourages students to communicate with adults.Girls age 15 to 19 have the highest rates of Gonorrhea and the second highest rate of Chlamydia of any age group.Young males also get STIs, but their infections often are undiagnosed and unreported because they are less likely to have symptoms or seek medical care.A 2011 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) survey indicates that more than 47 percent of all high school students say they have had sex, and 15 percent of high school students have had sex with four or more partners during their lifetime.