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169. Monitoring Trends in Sex Education and Information

      In prior research, we documented declines during the 1990s in adolescents' receipt of comprehensive sexuality education and increases in abstinence education. In this analysis, we use newly available data to provide updated monitoring of these trends. Additionally, we examine the extent to which informal sex education provided by parents supplements formal instruction.
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