Wiley, Dr. David

Professor, Texas State University, http://www.hhp.txstate.edu/People/Faculty-Web-Pages/David-C–Wiley.html

Founder and Member of Board of Directors, Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, http://txcampaign.org/board-of-directors/

Author of Texas Freedom Network 2009 White Paper, “Just Say Don’t Know”, David Wiley
, Ph.D., professor of health education at Texas State University and president of the American School Health Association, is a lifelong health educator who has focused his professional life on addressing health issues of adolescents. Dr. Wiley has authored more than 40 peer-reviewed articles and presented more than 150 keynote addresses and workshops across the United States on the role of schools in promoting healthy children and healthy communities. As a vocal advocate of coordinated school health education, Dr. Wiley has testified on numerous occasions before the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE), Texas Legislature and Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC), and has served on the SBOE Review Committee for
the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (curriculum standards) for health
education.

The Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance
(TAHPERD) recognized Dr. Wiley in 1996 as the Outstanding College
Health Educator in Texas. Dr. Wiley has also received the Distinguished
Service Award by the American School Health Association (ASHA) in
1999 and in 2002 was awarded the Martha Licata Service Award by the
Texas School Health Association (TSHA). In 2005 he received the John P.
McGovern Award from the Texas School Health Association. He is also a
former school board member for the Hays Consolidated Independent School
District in Kyle, Texas. He is the proud father of Lisa, a Baylor undergraduate
and second generation education major.http://a.tfn.org/site/DocServer/SexEdRort09_web.pdf?docID=981

Author of Texas Freedom Network 2016 White Paper, “Conspiracy of Silence”, David Wiley, Ph.D., Professor of Health Education at Texas State University and
Past-President of the American School Health and Texas School Health Associations, is a lifelong health educator who has focused his professional life on addressing health issues of adolescents. Dr. Wiley has authored over 40 peer-reviewed articles and has presented over 150 keynote addresses and workshops across the United States on the role of schools in creating healthy children and healthy communities. As a vocal advocate of coordinated school health education, Dr. Wiley has testified on numerous occasions before the Texas State Board of Education (SBOE), the Texas Legislature, and the Texas State Board for Educator Certification (SBEC), and has also served on the SBOE Review Committee for the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Health Education.The Texas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (TAHPERD) recognized Dr. Wiley in 1996 as the Outstanding College Health Educator in Texas. Dr. Wiley has also received the Distinguished Service Award by the American School Health Association (ASHA) in 1999 and in 2002 was awarded the Martha Licata Service Award by the Texas School Health Association (TSHA). In 2005 he received the John P. McGovern Award from the Texas School Health Association. He is also the 2014 recipient of the William A. Howe Award, the most prestigious honor given by the American School Health Association. He is also a former school board member for the Hays Consolidated I.S.D. in Kyle, Texas. He is the father of one daughter and grandfather of one.http://a.tfn.org/sex-ed/tfn-sex-ed-report-2016-web.pdf

“DAVID WILEY, PhD, MCHES is a Professor of Health Education at Texas State University. He is the Past-President of the American School Health and Texas School Health Associations, and is a lifelong health educator who has focused his career on addressing health issues of adolescents. Dr. Wiley has authored more than 40 peer-reviewed articles and has presented more than 150 keynote addresses and workshops across the U.S. on the role of schools in creating healthy children and healthy communities.” http://txcampaign.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/TexasCampaignProgram2017_FINAL_WEB.pdf

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