Edtech Tips and Tools for Better Sex Education in Schools

LET'S TALK ABOUT SEX: TIME got straight to the point with this recent headline: "Sex ed is negative, sexist and out of touch." For educators in the classroom looking for advice on how to update their approach to sex ed, here are a few options. First up, Amaze.org has collection a recently-released collection of videos taking kids through the specifics of sexual health and puberty. And if you're looking for something more in-person, check out this story of a group of teachers-turned-medical students who came up with some creative ways to demystify sex for kids.

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