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This webpage provides information on Oregon's human sexuality education program resources.
A letter from the Director of ODE.
One page Summary.
Comprehensive Sexuality Education is a powerful tool for promoting health and safety among young people. This FAQ is intended to help anyone learn more about what sexuality education is, what it includes, and why it’s important.
Adopted by the State Board of Education in December 2016.
Revised 2013 - Sexuality education law.
Healthy Teen Survey information on the OHA website.
Learn how to advocate for an age/developmentally appropriate sexuality education program.
Includes guidance for school districts to create safe space for transgender students.
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) is seeking applications from educators, other non-profit groups, businesses, or consortias, to develop openly licensed lessons that cover Oregon’s Sexuality Education Laws & Health Education
Standards to be made available on the
Oregon Open Learning (OOL) Hub. This project will provide small one-time grants (~$10,000-$20,000) to teams developing free and openly licensed health and sexuality education lessons for grades K-5 or 9-12 for optional use in Oregon schools. Applications will require a short project plan and budget.
For more information reach out to
Sasha Grenier or
Andrea Bibee with questions.
For questions regarding the ODE Sexuality Education program, contact
Sasha Grenier, 503-947-5689.
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