An Evaluation of the "Sex Can Wait" Abstinence Education Curriculum Series
Objective: To examine the effect of the three levels of the Sex Can Wait curriculum series on the knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs of students relative to sexuality. Methods: Students from eight school districts participated in the curriculum. Students from seven other school districts served as a comparison group. Results: The treatment group outscored the comparison group as follows: (upper elementary) knowledge, attitudes and attitudes toward abstinence (p<.05); (middle school) knowledge and decision-making behaviors (p<.05); (high school) no significant differences. Conclusion: Despite limitations, results should be encouraging for persons interested in helping young people postpone sexual involvement.
G. Denny, Michael Young, and Caile Spear. "An Evaluation of the "Sex Can Wait" Abstinence Education Curriculum Series" American Journal of Health Behavior 23 (1999): 134-143.
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