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by thornthorn(($oOHoly MolyOo$)), 2014-11-16 09:40 @ 学霸
edited by ($oOHoly MolyOo$), 2014-11-16 09:45

Ophea Parent Opinion Survey: Summary of Findings
The following are the results of a survey of Ontario parents about sexual health education (as part of
Ontario’s Health and Physical Education curriculum), which was conducted by Environics Research
Group on behalf of Ophea.
 Almost all Ontario parents (93%) are calling for an updated sexual health component to the health
and physical education curriculum for elementary and secondary school students to replace the
existing curriculum written 15 years ago.
 This reflects the strong overall support for sexual health education in Ontario schools, with the
large majority of parents (87%) agreeing that this should be one component of overall health
education. Only a very small proportion (2%) say this should not be taught in schools.
 9 in 10 parents are comfortable with their child receiving information about sexual health from a
school curriculum. This is second only to parents themselves (96%) and health professionals (96%)
as parents’ preferred source for their children’s sexual health information.
 Parents are much less comfortable with the sexual health information available from other
sources such as their children’s peers (14%), TV and movies (13%), the Internet (13%) and social
media (6%).
 The vast majority of Ontario parents think all 13 sexual health education topics presented on the
survey should be addressed in schools. This is particularly true for self-esteem, sexually transmitted
infections and communication and decision-making skills, but also includes: physical, cognitive,
social and emotional changes; puberty; skills for healthy relationships; contraception methods;
correct names for body parts including genitalia; abstinence and delaying sexual activity;
reproduction; sexual orientation; and, media literacy about sexual content.
 These results are similar across the province and among population segments. School board (public
vs. separate; English vs. French) is not a differentiator.
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Page Link: http://www.ophea.net/sites/default/files/pdfs/advocacy/ADV_Environics_FINAL_03JN13.pdf

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