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Massachusetts: More Condom Availability, Less Opposition, in Boston High Schools
By Whitney Sewell, Program Research Intern
Michigan: Anne’s Diary Too Frank for Northville Parent
The mother of a seventh-grade student in a
Alaska: Students See Red as High School Papers-Over Sexual Art Images
A red paper barrier was placed over student art
West Virginia: Telling Lies at George Washington
By Isabella Joslin, SIECUS Program Research Int
Pennsylvania: Sex Ed Opponents Expose Peters
Western Pennsylvania’s Peters Township wa
Maryland: Stealth ‘Reparative Therapy’ Video Pulled from School Curriculum
By Isabella Joslin, SIECUS Program Research Int
New Jersey: District Flap over Snapchat App
By Isabella Joslin, SIECUS Program Research Int
Affordable Care Act Updates
By Nikki Tishler, Federal Policy and Communicat
Bill to Reauthorize the School-Based Health Centers Program Introduced
By Giuliana Berry, Federal Policy Intern On
Historic Rulings on Same-Sex Marriage Cases by the U.S. Supreme Court
By Nikki Tishler, SIECUS Federal Policy and
Emergency Contraception: Developments in Access
By Nikki Tishler, SIECUS Federal Policy and Com
U.S. House of Representatives Passes 20-Week Abortion Ban
By Giuliana Berry, SIECUS Federal Policy Intern
Colorado Passes Bill to Provide Grants for Schools to Implement Sex Education
After being introduced in January 2013, Colorad
Illinois Following Chicago’s Example Toward Strengthening Sex Education
Three months after the Chicago Board of Educati
House Bill in North Carolina Would Require Parental Consent for Access to Sexual Health Services
Amongst several controversial health care relat
The President’s FY 2014 Budget
President Barack Obama released his budget on A
Sex Ed Legislative Round-Up Across the States
The first few months of the 2013 state legislat
Putting the ‘Pro’ in Programs: Research Shows Teacher Preparation Matters in Sex Ed
Source: Darson L. Rhodes, et al., “I
Opt-Outs and Sex Ed: What Are the Percentages?
Despite years of controversy over opt-out/opt-i
“A Different Public Health Concern”: Meanings of Sexual Activity among Younger vs. Older Adolescents
By Tracy Leong, SIECUS Program Research Intern
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