New Report: Community Involvement in Sex Ed
Posted by on May 31, 2002
Involving Communities in Improving Sexual Health Education
Sexual health education is too important to be left to schools; risky sexual activity is one of the leading health problems for youth and young adults. This free publication reports on how local education funds (LEFs), community agencies, and families have been a part of gathering information and creating partnerships with schools to improve sexual health education, specifically by creating and sustaining HIV/AIDS education programs. This easy-to-read publication features seven challenges to successful implementation and five indicators of readiness to deliver health education programs.
Visit the website at http://www.publiceducation.org/cgi-bin/downloadmanager/publications/p100.asp
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