Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) Shows Little Evidence of Success

When measured by meaningful and recommended standards, the research evidence for school-based CSE in non-U.S. settings does not support UNESCO’s claim that school-based CSE (now sometimes called comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education) is effective. In fact, UNESCO’s own evidence indicates that CSE in school settings has shown little success and may be doing more harm than good.

Despite the existing evidence, there is currently a drive to introduce CSE in South African schools.

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