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Sex Education in America: AIDS and Adolescence


This 60-minute program examines the effectiveness of abstinence until marriages and comprehensive sexuality curricula, and features interviews with experts, teens, parents and educators. For educators, parents and School Boards.

"Sex Education in America: AIDS and Adolescence has been an invaluable asset in helping me shed a realistic light on what sometimes seems a confusing topic. When communities wanted to learn more about the accurate nature of AIDS education controversies, your video served as an effective educational tool. We utilize the video with a wide variety of community members, including parents, administrators, teachers, and school board officials." Maribeth Ransel, Indianapolis Department of Education



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"Sex Education in America: AIDS and Adolescence has been an invaluable asset in helping me shed a realistic light on what sometimes seems a confusing topic. When communities wanted to learn more about the accurate nature of AIDS education controversies, your video served as an effective educational tool. We utilize the video with a wide variety of community members, including parents, administrators, teachers, and school board officials." Maribeth Ransel, Indianapolis Department of Education

"Sex Education in America presents important information about the impact of the AIDS epidemic upon the nation's young people and ways that you can be educated to avoid HIV infection." Eva Marx, Project Coordinator, Comprehensive School Health Education Network

"Without being judgmental or accusatory [Sex Education in America] effectively presented all sides of the very controversial issue of sex education as it relates to the AIDS virus." Melanie Donegan, Wachusett Regional High School

"Thank you for producing the most valuable video available on the topic of adolescents and AIDS. The real impact of AIDS on youth is impossible to express without having the voices of those actually infected and of those who received targeted abstinence only education. It must be seen and heard to be believed. Sex Education in America captures these voices and presents them in such a way that anyone who has raised or cares for children is bound to understand the urgency and depth of risk facing our nation and our youth." Susan Geissler, Regional AIDS Interfaith Network of Central Missouri



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