Resources for Educators

These are all excellent sex education curricula that we love. Contact us for more information about which will be most appropriate for your community.

An elementary, middle and high school comprehensive sex education curriculum, available online and with companion training. UN|HUSHED offers innovative, flexible, radically up-to-date, digitally accessible, evidence informed, and participant focused materials—any skill level of sexuality educator can use right away.

A K-12 comprehensive sex education curriculum based on the National Sex Education Standards. It is free to all, available online and in Google Classroom versions. 3Rs is modular, in that each lesson stands on it’s own and can be rearranged to suit an individual district's needs and time available. All materials available in English and Spanish

A curriculum of Planned Parenthood League of Mass that emphasizes social and emotional skills as a key component of healthy relationships and responsible decision making. There is a middle school version (grades 6-8) and a high school version (most appropriate for grades 9-10). Companion workbooks are available. Available to purchase at ETR.

 

 

The Sex Ed Store sells curricula and educator resources by The Center for Sex Education. Teaching manuals, sex ed books, and other resources address sexuality education through the lifespan, used throughout the United States and worldwide.

A K-12 digital citizenship curriculum, free to all and fully online. Media literacy is 21st century sex education. All students need digital citizenship skills to participate fully in their communities and make smart choices online and in life. Available in English, Spanish and French.

A K-Adult lifespan sexuality education curriculum, which is a collaboration between the Unitarian Universalist Association and United Church of Christ. For use in both secular settings and faith communities. UUA/UCC also have training available for all age ranges.

A widely used sexual health education curriculum developed by Public Health – Seattle & King County and designed to prevent teen pregnancy, STDs, and sexual violence, and to increase knowledge about the reproductive system and puberty. FLASH is available for elementary, middle, high school and special education classrooms. Available in print and online versions.

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