By Laura Varlas
Education update 59 (2), 2017, p. 2, 6 (article).
Looks at ways that some US schools are re-designing sex education with a particular focus on the area of consent and decision making. Shows how, by altering complexity, language, and instructional methods, consent can be taught in any setting, including with young students and in religious schools.
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