Research Article Citations

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Abstinence-only leader appointed to key HHS leadership role.

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Advocates For Youth. (2009). Comprehensive sex education: research and results. Retrieved from

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Advocates For Youth. (n.d.). Millennials: demographics & facts. Retrieved from

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American adolescents’ sources of sexual health information. (2017, September 12). Retrieved from

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Anderson, K. (2005). Comprehensive Sex Education Does Not Work. In K. Bailey (Ed.), Sex

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Berner, N., Demissie, Z., McManus, T., Shanklin, S., Queen, B., & Kann, L. (2017). School health

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Blumberg, A. (2017, October 23). Two sex educators on confronting taboo topics in the classroom.

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Future of Sex Education Initiative. (2012). National sexuality education standards: core content and skills,

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Lavallee, E. (2017, March 21). Keep the sex in high school sex education. Retrieved from

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McKeon, B. (2006). Effective sex education. Retrieved from

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Planned Parenthood. (2016, November). History of sex education in the U.S. Retrieved

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Stanger-Hall, K. F., & Hall, D. W. (2011). Abstinence-only education and teen pregnancy rates: why we

need comprehensive sex education in the U.S. PLoS ONE, 6(10), 1-11.             doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0024658

Tolman, D. L., & Mcclelland, S. I. (2011). Normative sexuality development in adolescence: a decade in

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