The Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool (HECAT) was developed by the CDC to provide guidance to improve curriculum selection and development. The HECAT identifies the healthy behavior outcomes considered to be the most important behaviors to promote in a K–12 health education curriculum, and the corresponding knowledge and skill expectations that must be met at various grade levels in order to achieve these outcomes. The HECAT builds on the characteristics of effective health education curricula and reflects the National Health Education Standards.

High School FLASH, 3rd edition, has been aligned to the knowledge and skill expectations of the HECAT Sexual Health module.

FLASH HECAT Alignment for Middle School >>

FLASH HECAT Alignment for High School >>