Guides, Reports and Cheat Sheets to Help You Speak Up for Sex Ed

At EducateUS, our job is to give you what you need to be the sex ed advocate your community deserves. Below are some resources we’ve already developed based on the needs of folks just like you. Wish there was a resource here but you don’t see it yet? Drop us a line at [email protected] and we’ll see what we can do!

Easy Guide to the National Sex Ed Standards

What do we mean when we say “K-12 Sex and Relationships Education?” Don’t believe all the rumors and misinformation floating around — and don’t let your friends or neighbors believe them either. This handy one-page overview of the National Sex Ed Standards is easy to read and to share.

Quickstart Guide to Speaking Up for Sex Ed

Better public sex and relationships education will help us raise a new generation of Americans who are secure in their own boundaries, respect the basic humanity of their peers, know all the essential facts about how bodies work, and are fully prepared to have stable, loving relationships with themselves and others.

In other words, if you help us improve public school sex and relationships education, together we’ll help make every community stronger, happier, and healthier. We’re so glad to have you as part of the movement.

Even though they are in the minority in most places, opponents of sex ed have been making a big noise at school board and other public meetings lately. That’s why your efforts to make sure public officials hear from supporters of sex education is more important than it has ever been.

And that’s why we’ve written this guide, with just the things you most need to know about how to make your moment count.