Comprehensive health education addresses 12 component areas under Florida State Statute 1003.42 (2)(n) - Required Instruction The Florida Standards for Health Education are based upon established health behavior theories, models, and evidence-based research, as well as "best practices." The revised NGSSS for Health Education yielded the reformatted eight standards in K-12 progression and adopted the following corresponding National Health Education Skills and corresponding standards: The standards are structured by Standards and Benchmarks.
The Standard is a general statement that identifies what the student is expected to achieve.
disavowal of reality, derealization, depersonalization). In short, as clinical psychiatrist Daniel Schechter has written, for a baby to develop into a troubled adolescent who then turns lethally violent, a convergence of multiple interacting factors must occur, that is "every bit as complicated..it is for a tornado to form on a beautiful spring day in Kansas." One "trait" that has not yet attracted as much attention is the gender difference: nearly all school shootings are perpetrated by young males, and in some instances the violence has clearly been gender-specific.
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Any profile would fit too many students to be useful and may not apply to a potential perpetrator. These children take a long, considered, public path toward violence." Princeton's Katherine Newman has found that, far from being "loners", the perpetrators are "joiners" whose attempts at social integration fail, and that they let their thinking and even their plans be known, sometimes frequently over long periods of time.
Some lived with both parents in "an ideal, All-American family." Some were children of divorce, or lived in foster homes. Some experts such as Alan Lipman have warned against the dearth of empirical validity of profiling methods. In addition, psychologist Peter Langman has noted that school shooters typically fall into one (or occasionally two) of three categories: psychopathic, psychotic, or traumatized.