Presented by the Center for NYC Affairs and the Wolfson Center for National Affairs.
New York City has begun to revamp sex education in the public schools, creating a new health curriculum as well as an HIV/AIDS education program. Are the city schools doing all they can to prepare young New Yorkers for safe sexual lives? What do parents, students and teachers think of the changes? How is our city’s experience in keeping with national trends while bucking others?
Moderator: Sharon Lerner, Senior Fellow, Center for New York City Affairs
Speakers: Rebecca Fox, Assistant Director for Public Policy, Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS) Christina Kazanas, Founder and Chair, Task Force on Sexual Health and HIV Education in New York City Public Schools Betty Rothbart, Deputy Chancellor for Teaching and Learning, NYC Department of Education
Supported by the Milano Foundation.