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Senate Bill 2135, introduced in January 2011, would have established a sex education pilot program aimed at reducing the number of teenage pregnancies in the state.The State Department of Education would have selected school districts to implement the pilot program based on a number of factors, including teenage pregnancy rates, dropout rates, geographical location, demographics, and its accreditation level.If schools chose to teach either or both forms of education, such instruction must have stressed abstinence-until-marriage.
Previous Mississippi law did not require schools to teach sexuality education or sexually transmitted disease (STD)/HIV education.However, the education “shall not include instruction and demonstrations on the application and use of condoms.” The department of education must approve each district’s curriculum as well as establish a protocol for ensuring that provided instruction is “age, grade and developmentally appropriate.” Students must be separated by gender at all times when sexuality instruction is taught.In addition, no instruction provided through an “abstinence-only” or “abstinence-plus” curriculum shall teach that “abortion can be used to prevent the birth of a baby.” The Department of Health and the Department of Education must implement a “Teen Pregnancy Pilot Program” in districts with the highest number of teen pregnancies, given the availability of funding.In addition, abstinence-only programs would have been prohibited from misrepresenting information about contraceptives and disease prevention.
The Department of Education, in consultation with the Department of Human Serves and the Department of Health, would have been responsible for making sexual health information widely available to school districts and developing a list of sex-related education curricula that are consistent with these new guidelines.
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