Originally published in 1989. This book describes a variety of ways to plan and implement sexuality education and provides in-depth information on resources available. Each contributor describes one aspect of the practice of sexuality education: its goals, theory, planning and development, implementation, evaluation, teacher-training, or the role of community agencies. Articles in each section offer practical and useful guidelines for conducting sexuality education and also serve as a sound introduction to the subject. Annotated bibliographies appear at the end of each section.
Preface. Introduction Carol Cassell and Pamela M. Wilson Part 1: Sexuality Education in the Family 1. Overview: Family Education for Sexuality Mary Steichen Calderone 2. Sexuality Education for Parents Judith Alter 3. Parent-Child Programs Jean G. Brown 4. A Gay Child in the Family Wayne V. Pawlowski 5. Resources on Homosexuality 6. Sexual Abuse Prevention: Issues and Answers Sol Gordon 7. Resources on Child Sexual Abuse Prevention 8. National Family Sexuality Education Month Carol Cassell 9. Annotated Bibliography: Sexuality Education in the Family Part 2: Sexuality Education in the Schools 10. Overview: A Perspective on School Programs Mary Lee Tatum 11. Family Life Education in a Public School System L. Jean Hunter 12. Elementary School Sexuality Education Claire Scholz 13. Beyond the Facts: Sexuality Education in Junior High/Middle School Ellen Rosenberg 14. Sexuality Education in Senior High Schools Martha Roper 15. Sexuality Education in the Independent School Setting Deborah M. Roffman 16. Human Sexuality in Higher Education Michael Hammes 17. Sexuality Education Within Health Education Curricula Sue Steed 18. Family Life Education Training Ellen Wagman 19. School-Based Health Clinics: Improving Adolescent Health and Reducing Teenage Pregnancy Douglas Kirby & Sharon Lovick 20. Annotated Bibliography: Sexuality Education in the Schools Part 3: Sexuality Education in the Community 21. Overview: Current Issues, Future directions Joe Fay 22. Youth Organizations: A Valuable Sex Education Resource Jane Quinn 23. Resources Available from Youth Organizations 24. The Role of Family Planning/Health Agencies Janet Alyn 25. The Role of Churches Ester Walter 26. Sexuality Education: Working with a Community Susan J. Hart 27. The AIDS Epidemic and Sexuality Education Debra W. Haffner 28. How to Talk About Evaluation of Sex Education Programs Without Blushing or Stammering Jesse Blatt 29. Annotated Bibliography: Sexuality Education in the Community Part 4: Model Programs 30. Family Centered Sexuality Education Helen Patricia Mudd & Elizabeth Nixon West 31. The Mother-Daughter Experience Kathy Hazelwood & Gwen Killmer 32. Straight Talk: A Program to Increase Family Communication about Sexuality Debby Goodman 33. Feeling Good Workshops Goria Blum 34. Resources on Sexuality and Disability 35. Postponing Sexual Involvement: An Educational Series for Young People Marie E. Mitchell 36. Challenging Youth with Choices: The Life Options Strategy for Sexuality Education Carol Hunter-Geboy 37. Bridging the Gap Robert A. Hatcher & Monica A. Oakley 38. TeenAge Communication Theater Elena Love 39. No Is Not Enough: Teen Acquaintance Rape and Sexual Abuse Prevention Caren Adams & Jan Loreen-Martin 40. A Teacher Training Model Peggy B. Smith 41. The Sex Education Coalition: A Model for Community Interaction Joan S. Benesch 42. Resources from the Sex Education Coalition
Reissuing works originally published between 1945 and 1998, this collection of books on the intersection of gender and education looks at various issues within schools and teaching, from careers of primary school teachers to the experience of single-sex schools, to adult learning provision for women. Some of the books included here look at research undertaken into the issues of gender within education while others consider an individual aspect, such as the education of women in developing countries, or the construction of masculinity. This set offers a wide spread of coverage on a key topic in education.