Dating violence laws
know somebody that is in an abusive relationship [Children Now/Kaiser Permanente "National Poll on Kids Health and Safety," December 1995] , most parents do not recognize Teen Dating Violence as a significant issue [“Women’s Health,” Family Violence Prevention Fund and Advocates for Youth, June/July 2004] .
286, 572, 576-577] * One-third of all students have been in an abusive relationship by the time they graduate from use* History of violent behavior* Threatens others regularly* Insults you or calls you names* Trouble controlling feelings like anger* Tells you what to wear, what to do or how to act* Threatens or intimidates you in order to get their way* Prevents you from spending time with your friends or family Efforts* On , Attorneys General from across the nation passed a resolution encouraging schools to develop teen dating violence awareness curriculum.
Below are the 7 standards to ensure compliance with the code.
While there are many ways to come into compliance with this new legislation we do not recommend one single program or curriculum to serve this purpose.
Congress also has to appropriate funds to make sure there is money to do what the law requires.
Congress is to enact laws and write regulations to say how federal agencies should implement the laws.