SIECUS


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SIECUS

[sē′kəs]
abbreviation for Sex Information and Education Council of the United States.

SIECUS

Sex Information and Education Council of the U.S.
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As I explained in the last issue of the SIECUS Report, limited resources have forced us to make the difficult decision to discontinue publication of this quarterly journal.
Calderone and SIECUS succeeded by the mid-1960s in encouraging many school boards to introduce sexuality education, though the content of the programs was, to say the least, uneven.
The instrument developed to evaluate the curricula was constructed based on the SIECUS Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education, levels three (ages 12-15: middle school/junior high school) and four (ages 15-18: high school).
In 1993 SIECUS documented controversies in a hundred communities.
She taught Human Behavior, including Sexuality Education, in public high school for 17 years and is currently President of SIECUS (Sex Information and Education Council of the U.
As SIECUS moves forward with a renewed energy and vision we are pleased to announce that beginning October 1, 2015, Jesseca Boyer, Vice President for Policy, will serve as Interim President & CEO.
Patti Britton, a clinical sexologist in California and former editor of the SIECUS Report, details her account as a mother watching her daughter suffer with HIV/AIDS during the early stages of the epidemic.
SIECUS has monitored and reviewed the content of abstinence-only-until-marriage programs since their inception and posted many of the reviews on our website (www.
SIECUS is leveraging our resources and messages as a national leader working to advance and support the availability of high-quality sexuality education in the United States.
It is against this backdrop of ongoing debate that we present this SIECUS Report.
On August 20, 2015, SIECUS released the 2015 Sex Ed State Legislative Round-Up: Overview of Activity Across the Country.