Most people are aware of the fact that parents seldom are the best sexuality educators when it comes to their own children. Gender perspective is an important part of the Swedish policy in relation to sexuality education. RFSU claims that almost none of the teachers teaching the subject have themselves received proper training. Further training is given rarely in the schools so that if special education teachers do not themselves bring acquire knowledge this is the reference frame of sexuality usually what the basis for the content and format. Strong traditions give strong support Sexuality education has a long tradition in Sweden and parents in general support it strongly. The content of teaching is relatively similar in the various schools in the survey but instructional time differ depending on the school teaching can bring both problems and opportunities with implications for students. Increased leadership support and resource allocation for HIV and health education; Enhanced evidence base identifying good practice in HIV and health education; and Improved collaboration within and across agencies to support harmonized and cost-effective global and country-level actions.
It is also important to know two things.
HIV and Sexuality Education
When studying to become a teacher, learning how to conduct sexuality education is not compulsory. In order to get to know the Swedish system of sexuality education, it is important to know it background. Gå till mobilversionen av bokus. Bloggat om Sex and Relationships Education in Pupil Girls and women are also disproportionally affected by gender inequality, which further limits their access to education and health information and services.