Field Testing of an Abstinence-Based Sexuality Education Program for Upper Elementary School Students
Evaluated the effectiveness of an upper elementary, abstinence-based, sexuality education curriculum on students' knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs related to sexuality. Pre- and postintervention surveys of students in intervention and control groups indicated that intervention students had higher scores on knowledge and life skills and reported more positive attitudes toward adolescent abstinence.
Spear, Caile; Young, Michael; and Denny, George. (1997). "Field Testing of an Abstinence-Based Sexuality Education Program for Upper Elementary School Students". Journal of Health Education, 28(6), 335-40.
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