Education - Superintendent of Public Instruction - Critical Health Problems Education Program


Published: 1979

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

CRITICAL HEALTH PROBLEMS EDUCATION PROGRAM

(By authority conferred on the department of education by section 5 of 1969 PA 226,

MCL 388.385)

R 388.271 Definitions.

Rule 1. As used in these rules:

(a) “Act” means the critical health problems education act, 1969 PA 226, MCL 388.381

to MCL 388.385.

(b) “Coordinated school health” includes, but is not limited to, all of the following:

(i) Health education.

(ii) Physical education.

(iii) Nutrition services.

(iv) Social emotional health.

(v) Health services.

(vi) Healthy school environment.

(vii) Parent and community engagement.

(viii) Health promotion for staff.

(c) “In-service programs” means systematically organized activities designed to

improve the knowledge, attitudes, and professional competencies of teachers.

(d) “Leadership” means the effects of persuading or influencing individuals and groups

to pursue a course of action.

(e) “Pre-service programs” means educational experiences designed to prepare an

individual to become a teacher.

(f) “School district” means “district” as defined under section 3 of 1979 PA 94, MCL

388.1603.

History: 1979 AC; 2012 AACS.

R 388.272 Rescinded.

History: 1979 AC; 2012 AACS.

R 388.273 Duties of department.

Rule 3. The department shall develop policies to be approved by the state board of

education, with research-based statements, guidance, and resources on coordinated school

health for school districts that includes, but are not limited to, all of the following:

(a) Assist school districts in the planning, organization, administration and evaluation

of their coordinated school health initiatives.

(b) Provide leadership to institutions of higher education in their development of pre-

service and in-service programs to prepare teachers in health education, physical

education, and coordinated school health.

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(c) Cooperate with universities to develop a method of evaluation of such programs to

prepare teachers in health education, physical education, and coordinated school health.

(d) Plan and direct statewide and regionally-centered in-service educational programs

for teachers of health education and physical education.

History: 1979 AC; 2012 AACS.

R 388.274 Rescinded.

History: 1979 AC; 2012 AACS.

R 388.275 Rescinded.

History: 1979 AC; 2012 AACS.

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