What is Love provides a curriculum for high school health classes.
What is Love's research-based health class curriculum is designed to be a component of your comprehensive sexual health education program.
- Grades 9th-12th
- 6 (50MIN) Lesson plans
- Integrates into existing content
- Individual and group interactive activities
- Customizable Google Doc Sheets
- Comprehensive educator guide
- Digitized assessment
- California Health Education NEW Framework Compliant
- California Healthy Youth Act Compliant
Independent Evaluation Results of the What is Love curriculum if followed with fidelity...
- Increased ability to identify healthy and unhealthy relationship behavior
- Increase in social-emotional strengths
- Increase in classroom climate
- Improved communication skills
- Improved healthy relationship skills
- Increase in students’ ability to ask for help
Our What is Love team can either train teachers or be hired to co-teach in the classroom.
- The curriculum creates an atmosphere of safety to fully understand the harm of unhealthy relationships, to build healthy relationship skills and increase the ability for a student to ask for help.
- What is Love's curriculum supports the new California Healthy Youth Act and NEW framework requirements for health classes.
A safe school environment—where students are not distracted by fear or disengaged from learning because of verbal, physical, emotional, sexual or digital abuse—is essential for student achievement and creating a positive school climate.
School personnel are a vital partner in preventing, assessing risk, and intervening in Teen Dating Abuse.
With over two decades of experience, What is Love is a leading organization addressing dating abuse prevention utilizing restorative justice philosophy. We bring tangible direct service experience, independent evaluation and the skills and knowledge to provide high level training in dating violence policy, intervention and prevention.
YOU ARE NOT ALONE. IT'S NOT YOUR FAULT
help is available
Text “listen” to 741741 to connect 24/7 confidentially to a kind support counselor.
Call 866.331.9474 to speak with a trained LoveisRespect peer advocate for support for yourself or a loved one.
Call 800.799.7233 National Domestic Violence 24/7 hotline to talk to an expert for support for yourself or a loved one.
Call 911 If you are in immediate danger.