The purpose of conducting this study is to reveal and describe the attitudes of parents and teachers as the key agents of children’s socialization towards comprehensive sexuality education, as well as their readiness to participate in it. The study had the following goals: 1.
A job aid for school teachers, homeroom advisers and CSE educators to introduce the basic concepts of CSE to parents and guardians. It aims to provide the teachers different tools to transform PTA/homeroom meetings into a creative and participatory orientation sessions on CSE.
The Commission on Population and Development and its implementing partners in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) developed a Comprehensive Gender and Health Education for Youth (CGHEY) Module which aims to educate the Muslim adolescents on critical information on gender a
This guide has been written for teachers who are new to teaching RSE, or new to teaching the compulsory RSE guidance, published in 2019, which applies to both primary and secondary schools in England.
Comprehensive sexuality education (CSE) is exciting, fun, but also challenging. To support educators and implementers in formal and non-formal settings to deliver effective CSE, Plan International has developed a series of standards.
This CSE Topics overview accompanies our overall programme standards - Putting the C in CSE. It describes Plan International’s vision of sexuality, learning and the healthy development of children, adolescents and young people.
To support Plan International and partner staff, educators and implementers in formal and non-formal settings to deliver effective and quality CSE, we have developed a series of 14 CSE programme standards.
The expansion of school-based sexuality education in most countries has taken place with a strong focus on conveying information about sexual and reproductive health.
Improved access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services and information is essential for supporting adolescents and youth in making informed decisions and optimizing each young person’s outcomes related to their SRH, health and well-being and countries’ current and future social and econ
This Guidance complements and refers to the International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education published in 2018.