California Education Code §§ 51930-51939: An Exercise in Trailblazing and Incrementalism
Policy analysis of the California Healthy Youth Act, a first-of-its-kind sexual health education law.
A response to the murder of George Floyd on behalf of Health Connected
A Journey Towards More Inclusive Sex Ed
Overview of Health Connected's plans for more intentional integration of racial justice and equity into organizational programs, curriculum, governance, and operations.
Sexual Health Education
Algorithms and Social Norms: What's Sex Ed Got to Do with It?
A blog post which makes a link between sexual health education, artificial intelligence, and workforce diversity.
Preventing Sexual Violence Starts in the Classroom
A blog post written in response to the #MeToo movement and the role of sexual health education in reducing sexual violence.
Parents as Partners in Sex Ed
A blog post making the case for an approach to sex education that brings together parents and schools as partners in supporting adolescent sexual development.
Ending Sexual Assault Starts with Sex Ed
A response to the public discourse about college sexual assault.
Want to stop workplace sexual harassment? Invest in good sex ed.
A blog post suggesting that sexual harassment in the workplace can be reduced by investing in robust sexual health education.
Investing in Community College to Improve U.S. Economic Competitiveness
A policy brief which proposes strategies to leverage community colleges for economic competitiveness
Social-Emotional Learning: A Critical Component of Global Economic Competitiveness
A position paper that makes the case for investment in social-emotional learning as a tool for increasing American global competitiveness and improving workforce development.
Language Immersion Education as a Tool for Economic Competitiveness
A policy brief on language immersion education as a tool for global economic competitiveness.
Sexual Health Education: A Comparison of Approaches in India, China, and the United States
A literature review of policies and perceptions related to sexual health education in the United States, India, and China.