Journal Articles

For Researchers:

Receipt of Sexual Health Information From Parents, Teachers, and Healthcare Providers by Sexually Experienced U.S. Adolescents² by Donaldson et al., 2013, and Invited Commentary: Broadening the Evidence for Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health and Education in the United States⁴ by Schalet et al., 2014, both consider deficits in sexual and reproductive health education in American schools and homes.

For Parents & Teachers:

Sexuality Education – Building an evidence- and rights-based approach to healthy decision-making¹ by Bridges and Hauser, 2014, and Why Sex Education Also Belongs in the Home³ by Gordon, 2014, discuss the importance of sexual education in homes and classrooms and provide parents, teachers, and community members with resources to improve the health and lives of young people.