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Comprehensive sex education has been shown to improve academic success; prevent child abuse, dating violence and bullying; and prevent unintended pregnancy, HIV, and other sexually transmitted infections. Twenty-nine states mandate sexual health education. Ohio is not one of them. In Ohio, sex education varies district by district, school by school, sometimes even classroom by classroom. This means that young people are not getting consistent information about healthy relationships; consent; puberty and anatomy; sexually transmitted infections and contraceptives.
What did we learn about sex education in Cuyahoga County? You may be surprised, read more here Click To Tweet. The lack of sexual health education policy in Ohio is a challenge for advocates and community health organizations that want to support school districts with professional development opportunities and programming.
Students have also expressed the challenges they face when it comes to getting a comprehensive sexual health education, as evidenced by community conversations with Cuyahoga County teens earlier this year.
In June , The Collaborative for Comprehensive School Age Health, a network of more than 25 public and private organizations working toward increased access to comprehensive, medically accurate and inclusive sexual health education and services in Northeast Ohio, put out a survey to all public middle and high schools in Cuyahoga County. The goal of the survey was to have a deeper knowledge of the sex education landscape in the county, in order to provide technical assistance and resources to interested school districts.
A goal was also to provide community members with a resource to inform advocacy for improvements in sex education curriculum and policy. The interactive map represents our findings and is a living document. We invite all schools participate — to keep the information current. The survey was sent out through individual email communication to school administrators, principals, and health and physical education teachers who commonly teach sex education.