AAHE

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AcronymDefinition
AAHEAmerican Association for Health Education
AAHEAmerican Association for Higher Education
AAHEAmerican Association of Housing Educators
AAHEArlington Association of Home Educators (Arlington, TX)
AAHEAmerican Alliance for Health Education (Reston, VA)
AAHEAiken Area Home Educators (Aiken, SC)
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American Association for Health Education (AAHE), Groundbreaking national sexuality education standards set the new gold standard for sexuality education in public schools, press release.
The National Coalition for Skin Cancer Prevention in Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Youth Sports, sponsored by the American Association for Health Education, is developing a national action plan for providing skin cancer prevention education to professionals and volunteers who work with youth sports programs, outdoor school activities, parks and recreation programs, and elementary and middle-school health education.
executive director of the American Association for Health Education in Reston, Va.
Becky Smith American Association for Health Education
Smith, PhD, CHES, AAHE Representative, American Association for Health Education, 1900 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191; Janet Shirreffs, PhD, AAHE Representative, Arizona State University, West, Phoenix, AZ 85069; and Larry K.
Capwell, (ASTDHPPHE); and Richard Papenfuss, American Association for Health Education (AAHE).
Smith Executive Director American Association for Health Education Susan Wooley Executive Director American School Health Association Janis Tomlinson Health and Education Initiative Director American Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Mary Water School Health Division American Cancer Society Donelle Blubaugh Director of Curriculum Cable in the Classroom Kathleen Middleton Assessment Consultant ToucanEd Publications
The American Association for Health Education, formerly the Association for the Advancement of Health Education (AAHE), in collaboration with the American School Health Association (ASHA), developed standards for preservice preparation of elementary teachers, K-6.
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