Community Spotlight: CASE STUDIES Implementing a New Sexual Health Education Law in North Carolina

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Community Spotlight: CASE STUDIES Implementing a New Sexual Health Education Law in North Carolina

Community Spotlight: CASE STUDIES Implementing a New Sexual Health Education Law in North Carolina

This case study documents the critical role that stakeholder education can play in supporting policy efforts, and explores the future activities that APPCNC hopes to take in order to help school districts select and implement an evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention program. 

Suggested Citation(s)

Power to Decide (formerly The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy). (2012). Community Spotlight: CASE STUDIES Implementing a New Sexual Health Education Law in North Carolina. Washington, DC: Author.

June 2012

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