How sad that we are taught these things by our government

infections, including HIV/AIDS, consistent with the
requirements of subparagraph (B); and
‘‘(ii) at least 3 of the adulthood preparation subjects
described in subparagraph (C).
‘‘(B) REQUIREMENTS.—The requirements of this
subparagraph are the following:
‘‘(i) The program replicates evidence-based effective
programs or substantially incorporates elements of
effective programs that have been proven on the basis
of rigorous scientific research to change behavior,
which means delaying sexual activity, increasing
condom or contraceptive use for sexually active youth,
or reducing pregnancy among youth.
‘‘(ii) The program is medically-accurate and complete.
‘‘(iii) The program includes activities to educate
youth who are sexually active regarding responsible
sexual behavior with respect to both abstinence and
the use of contraception.
‘‘(iv) The program places substantial emphasis on
both abstinence and contraception for the prevention
of pregnancy among youth and sexually transmitted
‘‘(v) The program provides age-appropriate
information and activities.
‘‘(vi) The information and activities carried out
under the program are provided in the cultural context
that is most appropriate for individuals in the particular
population group to which they are directed.
preparation subjects described in this subparagraph
are the following:
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‘‘(i) Healthy relationships, such as positive selfesteem
and relationship dynamics, friendships, dating,
romantic involvement, marriage, and family interactions.
‘‘(ii) Adolescent development, such as the development
of healthy attitudes and values about adolescent
growth and development, body image, racial and ethnic
diversity, and other related subjects.
‘‘(iii) Financial literacy.
‘‘(iv) Parent-child communication.
‘‘(v) Educational and career success, such as developing
skills for employment preparation, job seeking,
independent living, financial self-sufficiency, and workplace
‘‘(vi) Healthy life skills, such as goal-setting, decision
making, negotiation, communication and interpersonal
skills, and stress management.

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