Resources & Tools
This document is a guide for adding youth development strategies into sex education and initiatives.
This document describes the community-based hands-on approach and how to involve youth in dealing with public health issues.
This Toolkit highlights challenges faced by LGBTQ youth, offers insight on how they thrive, and enhances the awareness among healthcare staff, educators, and additional youth-serving professionals about the existing disparities in order to provide safer spaces.
Administrators, teachers, and school staff may sometimes find that an outside speaker is well-suited to deliver sex education to their students. This approach, however, is not without its own considerations and potential pitfalls. Speakers need to follow district policy, use best
This tool is designed as a companion to the Professional Learning Standards for Sex Education (PLSSE) to help identify needs for professional development and/or technical assistance among those who teach or will teach sex education.
The goal of these standards is to provide guidance to school administrators and classroom educators about the content, skills, and professional disposition needed to implement sex education effectively. The PLSSE can also help educators stay up-to-date on content and teaching met