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Importance of Comprehensive Sex

Jolie Anderson, Aleena Colton, Wil Thompson, Braden
Little, Carol Hawk
Why Utah Board of Education Should
Implement Comprehensive Sex Education
Reduces the rates of teen pregnancy by 50%.
Provides information on contraception
Positively impacts teens sexual health and behavior.
Reduces the rates of STIs.

Characteristics: What are the symptoms of the problem?

Stakeholders: What groups are affected?


History: What solutions have been tried in the past to solve similar problems?

Policies and Politics: What regulations, professional requirements, political

considerations, and/or ethical expectations might impact your solution?

Resources: What references can you consult to get ideas for good solutions?
Consent form
Having multiple options for
the parents
Parent Meeting
Using correct terminology
Be respectful of parents and
Criteria Chart
Criteria Solution 1: Parent Solution 2: Consent Solution 3: Opting Solution 4: Fear Solution 5:
meeting Form Out Abstinence and

Stay consistent 5 5 5 2 5

Consent Form 5 5 5 0 5

Financially 4 4 5 5 5

Multiple options 5 5 5 0 5

Students best 5 3 2 0 5

Terminology 5 5 0 0 0

Respectful of 5 5 5 0 3
parents and

Total: 34 32 27 7 28
Final Solution
Consent Form
Course Outline
Parent meeting
We invite you to come participate in learning more about our comprehensive sex education
course. When you attend this meeting you will learn what the curriculum will consist of, and what your student
will be learning in class. Our health teachers and staff will be here to give you a further look into the
knowledge your student will be gaining from this course. If you have any questions regarding the course or
your student, the staff will be more than willing to help you and answer your questions. Following the meeting,
we will pass around a consent form where you can sign off on whether or not you want your child to
participate in class. We look forward to seeing you and are excited to further educate you and your children.

Please call the front office with any further questions.

Refreshments will be served.
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