Frequently Asked Questions
About p.a.p.a. for Educators
- What is p.a.p.a.?
- Is p.a.p.a. required?
- What does p.a.p.a. teach?
- What's in p.a.p.a.?
- What do teachers say about p.a.p.a.?
- How do teachers receive training on p.a.p.a.?
- What does the training consist of?
- Can teachers other than those in health classes receive training and use the curriculum?
- Can p.a.p.a. be taught to middle-schoolers?
- May a school district send a representative to be trained who can then train other teachers within the district?
- May the p.a.p.a. curriculum be purchased?
- If teachers have taken training on the earlier version of p.a.p.a., prior to September 2007, do they need to repeat training?
- What if a teacher has taken the current p.a.p.a. training but still needs more information on p.a.p.a. legal issues ?
- In regard to HB 2176, are there other parenting and paternity awareness curricula that school districts may use instead of p.a.p.a. that meet the state mandate?
- Our high school already has a family violence prevention skills program for students as part of our district-wide family violence prevention program. Do we have to duplicate that with Session 13 of p.a.p.a.?
- Can school nurses get continuing nurse education credits for p.a.p.a. training?
Revised: August 02 2013