At the beginning of the 2007-2008 school year, Texas superintendents received policy update materials from the Texas Association of School Boards, which included guidance on the new code.
Superintendents also received the Guide to Addressing Dating Violence in Texas Schools.
This webinar will walk participants through the updated Young Hearts Matter toolkit which includes resources, activities, and a social media campaign to promote prevention messaging year-round.
Participants will also learn highlights of some of the great prevention programming happening in communities across Texas during last year’s TDVAPM.
Access resources for youth, school officials, community organizations, and many more, and download our signature YHM toolkit.
Download the toolkit, personalize individual materials below with your agency’s logo, and find ways to get involved for National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month in February.
Changes relevant to the dating violence policy requirement are found on page 4 (in the middle of the page discussing prohibited behavior) and in the Glossary on page 40.
A version of the measure was approved by the Texas State Senate in early February.If you are seeking a historical version of a Texas statute not available online, feel free to contact us at (512) 463-1722 or at [email protected] we can help you locate what you're looking for.We are happy to provide you with copies and excerpts of library materials through our for-pay document delivery service.If your question is not addressed there, try our research guides by topic for help locating certain types of legal information (, landlord/tenant law, debt collection).Or you can ask a librarian for help if you are still unable to find what you are seeking.To learn more about the different sources of Texas law, use the links below.