Sex and HIV Education

January 2014
State Policies in Brief (Series);2014, p1
The article provides an overview of state-level HIV education and sex education policies and specific content requirements in the U.S. It mentions that the District of Columbia and 22 states mandate sex education, while 20 states and the District of Columbia mandate both HIV education and sex education. It says that the District of Columbia and 27 states mandate that, when offered, HIV and sex education programs meet particular general requirements.


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