12:00am

Wed February 15, 2012
Sex education

Today on Your Call: What should sex education look like? And where should it happen?

On today's next Your Call we’ll talk about how and where young people are getting educated about sexual health.  Under California law sex education must be comprehensive, science-based and free of bias.  California is one of the only states that doesn’t take federal funds to teach abstinence-only.  So what do you think sex education should like in schools?  Join us at 10 or email feedback@yourcallradio.org.  What resources are available to educators and parents?  It’s Your Call with Holly Kernan, and you.

Guests

Renee Walker, founder of Bay Area Communities for Health Education

Phyllida Burlingame, the sex education policy director for the ACLU of Northern California

Loretta Ross, founding member and national coordinator of SisterSong in Atlanta, Georgia 

 

RESOURCES :

BACHE--Bay Area Communities for Health Education

Resources For Parents and Community Members about Sex Education in California

California Leads on Sex Ed, But It's Not All Rosy in the Golden State

California's Sex Education Program: Ongoing Struggles Behind the Success Story

California Demonstrates That Sound Policy is Crucial in Reducing Teen Pregnancy

Abstinence Education Programs in California Are Against the Law but Remain in Public Schools

New sex education standards released

New Sex Education Mandate Taking Effect

Young People and Comprehensive Sex Education: Moving Beyond Scare Tactics and Fear Mongering in 2012

Sex and HIV education

Facts on American Teens’ Sources of Information About Sex

GoddessGrrls

Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice

Teen Source

Talk With Your Kids

 

 

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