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Students Need A New Health Curriculum

Parents have the expectation that when they send their kids to school, they'll learn new ideas. Which why an advocacy group for improving health education is asking why an old curriculum is still being taught. Chris Markham is the executive director and CEO of Ophea. They released a new report that calls for a change. Listen audio (runs 8:12)

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