RE-EXAMINING THE EVIDENCE

This updated and revised publication from The Institute for Research and Evaluation fairly explains and evaluates the most current data regarding the efficacy of Comprehensive Sexuality Education as currently being taught in our public schools. 

This is a very long paper, but we recommend that you read it -- even if all you can do today is skim to the conclusion on page 23, which basically states that Comprehensive Sexuality Education (now mandated by California lawmakers) has been ineffective in reducing teen pregnancy and disease, and that abstinence education appears to be more promising.

So, although our districts have no choice but to implement the CHYA, they are still allowed to create their own curriculum -- hopefully, one that places more emphasis on abstinence education as that seems to have a better chance at producing the healthiest outcomes.

To read the entire paper, please tap  HERE.

To read the entire paper, please tap HERE.