High Schools in Indiana Start Teaching CPR
Ten Frankfort High School seniors put their arms to the test Wednesday to demonstrate correct CPR training to an audience of administrators and school board members. The demonstration acted as an introduction to a new health curriculum required by the state. A law requiring all high schools to provide instruction in the life-saving skill went into effect July 1.
Indiana is the 20th state to require CPR training in schools, said Tim Harms, American Heart Association media contact.