International guidelines for relationships and sexual health education in schools
Guidelines - International
2013 It’s about more than just sex: curricula and educational materials to help young people achieve better sexual and reproductive health
The toolkit provides descriptions of high-quality, adult- and youth-led curricula designed to improve youth sexual and reproductive health.
This report from the UK examines how young people can be educated about sex and relationships in this age of digital, mobile communications.
2017 "I'd rather beg for forgiveness than ask for permission": Sexuiality education teachers' mediated agency and resistance
Journal article from USA explores sexuality education teachers' identities and examines the ways in which teachers' experiences mediated their agency and resistance in classrooms.
Provides a framework for developing and evaluating evidence-based sexual health education in the Canadian context.
Developed by the World Health Organization, this framework can be used to develop a comprehensive, community-based sexual health program.
This document is based on a rigorous review of evidence on sexuality education programs for 5-18 year olds. It is aimed at education and health-sector decision makers and professionals.
Specific sexuality education objectives and standards set out in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12.
Providing perspectives and language to account for every student's unique journey through puberty to adulthood.
A set of professional learning standards to help improve educators' ability to effectively address sexuality in the classroom. Includes a helpful self-assessment tool.