Review Of School Based Comprehensive Sex Education Shows Little Effectiveness, Finds Increased Sexual Activity

School based comprehensive sex education shows very little effectiveness, a global research review found.

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A global research review of school based comprehensive sex education programs found very little effectiveness from these programs and instead found increased sexual activity.

The review, conducted by the Institute for Research & Evaluation and published in the Issues in Law and Medicine in January, examined 60 studies of 40 school based comprehensive sex education programs in the U.S. as well as 43 studies of 39 programs in other countries.