Interview respondents’ ideas for how to change the way sexual health education is taught in schools.
<p>Interview participants indicated a preference to learn from a younger instructor, have realistic lectures with real life stories, have workshops and guest speakers during sex education class, and to have sexual health education taught in the later years of high school (junior or senior year) because that was when they were more sexually active. (n = 26).</p
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DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0179969.g004
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