This definition appears very rarely
and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other meanings of SBSE
We have 16 other definitions for SBSE
in our Acronym Attic
Samples in periodicals archive:
We led the charge to secure federal funding for sexuality education programs; successfully encouraged the federal government to create the Office of Adolescent Health; helped to tear down federal abstinence-only-until-marriage funding streams and programs; and worked with dozens of partners to shape and successfully advance state policies that ensure young people receive comprehensive information through school-based sexuality education programs.
The goal of the standards is to address both the fact that current school-based sexuality education is inconsistent and that most schools have limited time to teach the topic.
Rarely do school district policies state or imply that school administrators serve as "gatekeepers" for the selection of sexuality education curricula, nonetheless they may influence mandates and educational policies on school-based sexuality education (Eisenberg, Bernat, Bearinger, & Resnick, 2009).
AGI senior research associate David Landry maintains that, "In today's environment, where teenagers are exposed to so many influences, beneficial and otherwise, school-based sexuality education is an essential source of factual information.
Reviews of school-based sexuality education curricula report that while such programs increase knowledge about sexuality, there is little evidence that they change attitudes or behaviors (Engel, Saracino, & Bergen, 1993; Kirby, 1989; Welbourne-Moglia & Moglia, 1989).
Of this sample of Louisiana college students, most indicated receiving school-based sexuality education at some level, with only 13% having never received any.
This paper discusses the necessity for school-based sexuality education programs and describes essential characteristics of successful sexuality educators.
Controversy over school-based sexuality education was by no means new when we began to track it during the 1993-94 school year.