State Profiles

Oklahoma’s Sex Education Snapshot

The State of Sex Education

Sex education continues to be a topic of debate among Oklahoma legislators, with legislation introduced over the past several years seeking to advance the quality of instruction young people receive. Introduced in 2022 by Senator Shane Jett, Senate Bill 1442 aims to prohibit public schools from using certain funds to promote concepts of social emotional learning. Comprehensive sex education must include instruction on healthy relationships, empathy, and interpersonal violence prevention. Senate Bill 1442 is an example of an attempt of the opposition to claim comprehensive sex education as indoctrinating young people. Regressive attempts like this harm young people by limiting access to essential educational concepts. 

Senate Bill 89, introduced by Senator John Haste and enacted in 2021, requires instruction on the ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and the services needed to make appropriate health decisions, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and responsible decision making. While the legislative text does not name sexuality education, sexual health information and healthy relationships instruction are both understood to be critical components of health education, and health educators may use this opportunity to provide advanced sex education.

During the height of the coronavirus pandemic, advocates report that sex education was abruptly halted; with online programming replacing in-person instruction. Additionally, the pandemic drastically limited the ability of sex education programs to reach students, creating uncertainty regarding the quality of sex education young people currently receive statewide. To further advance sex education, advocates have developed a Community of Practice for Sexual Health for state programs and partners.

In 2019, Senator Kay Floyd championed Senate Bill 926, successful legislation that requires curriculum related to human sexuality to include instruction on consent. Advocates are capitalizing on the success of Senate Bill 926 and working on a collaborative effort to require health education in elementary schools. With continued efforts like these, advocates are optimistic about further advancing sex education in Oklahoma.

While sex education is not a public school requirement in Oklahoma, schools are required to teach HIV/AIDS prevention and health and physical education. The health and physical education curriculum must include instruction on the ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and the services needed to make appropriate health decisions, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and responsible decision making. School districts have the ability to decide whether to teach sex education beyond the required HIV/AIDS and health and physical education requirements.

Local control over sex education presents unique challenges that have resulted in a glaring disparity regarding the quality of sex education that students receive. Advocates report that at least four different types of sex education curricula are used across the state, with students in larger cities such as Oklahoma City and Tulsa being more likely to receive sex education instruction. Thrive OKC, first formed in 2006 by six local organizations, provides opt-in medically accurate and evidence-based sex education to young people in Oklahoma City Public Schools and educates community members on pregnancy prevention. All students in the district receive sex education from outside agencies, including Thrive OKC, and advocates have noted that an increasing number of schools are providing comprehensive sex education.

Advocates report that the lack of a statewide mandate, funding and staff availability, and perceived unfavorable public opinion in some communities are among the biggest barriers to providing comprehensive sex education to Oklahoma youth. Keeping these barriers in mind, advocates can take action right now to ensure young people in their community have access to quality sex education. After contacting their local school board, advocates can determine what topics are missing from sex education instruction, such as instruction on consent, sexual orientation and gender identity, and contraceptives. They can then vocalize the important need for advancing sex education requirements in their community and take action to address misinformation surrounding comprehensive sex education. Advocates are encouraged to take action on pending legislation that seeks to advance or restrict the principles of comprehensive sex education. For a current overview of pending legislation, see table below. Additionally, reach out to EducateUS to get connected to local advocacy groups. Further, advocates can contact their representatives to discuss the critical need for advancing comprehensive sex education requirements. Advocates are encouraged to use the SIECUS Community Action Toolkit to guide local efforts to advance sex education.

State Sex Education Policies and Requirements at a Glance

  • Oklahoma schools are not required to teach sex education. However, they are required to provide HIV/AIDS prevention instruction and health education that includes physical health, mental health, social and emotional health, and intellectual health.
    • Curriculum is not required to be comprehensive.
    • Curriculum must primarily inform students about abstinence.
    • Health education curriculum must include instruction on the ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and the services needed to make appropriate health decisions, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and responsible decision making.
  • Curriculum is not required to include instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity. However, instruction must highlight that “engaging in homosexual activity, promiscuous sexual activity, intravenous drug use, or contact with contaminated blood products is now known to be primarily responsible for contact with the AIDS virus.”
  • Curriculum must include instruction on consent.
  • Parents or guardians can submit written notification if they do not want their children to participate in sexuality and HIV/AIDS courses. This is referred to as an “opt-out” policy.
  • Oklahoma has no standard regarding medically accurate sex education curriculum. However, HIV/AIDS prevention curriculum must be medically accurate.

State House Highlights

This section highlights sex education bills that were introduced during the 2021 state legislative session as well as bills that have been introduced thus far in 2022. These proposed bills ​provide a brief overview of both recent and current legislative action taken to advance or restrict sex education. For a more comprehensive look at relevant legislation concerning sex education and related topics such as reproductive health care, LGBTQ rights, racial equity and justice, parental rights, bullying and harassment, mental health, assault and violence prevention, and HIV/STIs as it impacts youth, continue reading on to the “State Legislative Activity” section of Oklahoma’s profile.

2022 Legislative Session

Senate Bill 1442 (pending): Aims to prohibit public schools from using certain funds to promote concepts of social emotional learning.

2021 Legislative Session

Senate Bill 89 (enacted): Requires schools to provide health and physical education. Curriculum must include instruction on the ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and the services needed to make appropriate health decisions, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and responsible decision making.

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State Law

Oklahoma does not require schools to teach sex education. However, according to Oklahoma Statutes  70-11-103.3 and 70-11-105.1, schools are required to provide human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) prevention education. This education must be limited to the “discussion of the disease AIDS and its spread and prevention” and include instruction on consent. The class must be taught once during either grade 5 or 6, once during grades 7–9, and once during grades 10–12. All curricula and materials must be checked for medical accuracy by the Oklahoma Department of Health and must only include “factual medical information for AIDS prevention.” Additionally,

A) AIDS prevention education shall specifically teach students that:

  1. Engaging in homosexual activity, promiscuous sexual activity, intravenous drug use, or contact with contaminated blood products is now known to be primarily responsible for contact with the AIDS virus;
  2. Avoiding the activities specified [above] is the only method of preventing the spread of the virus;
  3. Sexual intercourse, with or without condoms, with any person testing positive for HIV antibodies, or any other person infected with HIV, places that individual in a high-risk category for developing AIDS.

B) The program of AIDS prevention education shall teach that abstinence from sexual activity is the only certain means for the prevention of the spread or contraction of the AIDS virus through sexual contact. It shall also teach that artificial means of birth control are not a certain means of preventing the spread of the AIDS virus, and reliance on such methods puts a person at risk for exposure to the disease.

In addition to HIV/AIDS education, schools are required to provide health and physical education. Curriculum must include instruction on the ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and the services needed to make appropriate health decisions, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and responsible decision making. If a school district chooses to teach sex education beyond the mandated HIV/AIDS and health education, all curricula and materials must be approved for medical accuracy by the state and by the district superintendent. All materials must also be available to parents for review. In addition, all sex education classes must have “the teaching of or informing students about the practice of abstinence” as one of their primary purposes.

A school district must provide written notification of all sex and HIV/AIDS prevention classes. Parents or guardians can submit written notification if they do not want their children to participate in such classes. This is referred to as an “opt-out” policy.

State Standards

Oklahoma’s Academic Standards for Health Education provides a standard for the development of health curricula. Sex education is not mentioned.

State Legislative Activity

State legislative activity related to sex education does not take place in isolation from the broader embroiled political and policy climate. Attacks on the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or questioning (LGBTQ) individuals, and efforts to limit access to abortion care and other reproductive health care services prevent students from receiving comprehensive sex education and accessing sexual and reproductive health care services. Below are highlights of current legislative activity related to these topics. Oklahoma’s 2022 session convened on February 7, 2022.

TitleDescriptionStatusLegislative Topic
Senate Bill 9Adding definition to child pornography statute but amended to further banning "obscene materials" from libraries related to sex, sexuality, or gender.Passed Senate (2022); Referred to the House Judiciary Criminal Committee (2022)Sexually Explicit Materialshttps://legiscan.com/OK/text/SB9/id/2569220/Oklahoma-2022-SB9-Comm_Sub.pdf
Senate Bill 1401Prohibits schools from including instruction on critical race theory as part of curriculum and allows for parents to bring action otherwise.Referred to the Senate Committee on Judiciary (2022)Racial Equity & Justicehttps://www.billtrack50.com/billdetail/1427952
Senate Bill 1174Provides that teachers are not compelled to discuss current events or certain controversial issues and that if they choose to do so they must discuss diverse perspectives.Referred to the Senate Committee on Education (2022)Racial Equity & Justicehttps://www.billtrack50.com/billdetail/1410514
Senate Bill 1164Requires the schools designate restroom and changing facilities on the basis of biological sex.Referred to the Senate Committee on Education (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://www.billtrack50.com/billdetail/1410023
House Bill 4245Prohibits school districts and charter schools from allowing a student of a certain biological sex to participate in sports teams designated for the opposite biological sex. Passed House (2022); First Reading in the Senate (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://www.billtrack50.com/billdetail/1432904
Senate Bill 615Adds school counselors to list of school employees who must disclose and make available to parents materials dealing with sex education, particularly sexual orientation and gender identity. Counselors would also be required to disclose to a parent if their child comes to them with concerns about sexual orientation and gender identity.Passed Legislature (2022)Parental Rights and Curriculum Transparencyhttp://webserver1.lsb.state.ok.us/cf_pdf/2021-22%20ENGR/SB/SB615%20ENGR.PDF
House Bill 2988Prohibits teaching divisive concepts in public schools.Referred to the House Committee on Common Education (2022)Racial Equity & Justicehttps://legiscan.com/OK/text/HB2988/id/2452914/Oklahoma-2022-HB2988-Introduced.pdf
Senate Bill 1442Prohibits public schools from using certain funds to promote concepts of social emotional learning.Referred to the Senate Committee on Education (2022)Sex Educationhttps://legiscan.com/OK/text/SB1442/id/2483657/Oklahoma-2022-SB1442-Introduced.pdf
Senate Bill 1470Prohibits public schools from employing or contracting with individuals who promote positions in opposition to religious beliefs of students.Referred to the Senate Committee on Education (2022)Sex Educationhttps://legiscan.com/OK/text/SB1470/id/2484266/Oklahoma-2022-SB1470-Introduced.pdf
Senate Bill 676Prohibits gender-affirming medical procedures to any individual under 21.Referred to the Senate Health and Human Services Committee (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/94472702f8a9ed7c1ec0b1036171f511c023568d868459e9a33f1b0a7c0a37294d6591b1b80be73947e285c983f50764
Senate Bill 2Prohibits school districts and charter schools from allowing a student of a certain biological sex to participate in sports teams designated for the opposite biological sex. Enacted (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/1818c75c3517cde0c29bf8d9f521abbaaf18f7ba954ef3f5d2e6f1f4110af2ddb450c13cbf5fc762c3184e8771906560
House Bill 4303Creates the Oklahoma Schools Act of 2022.Referred to the House Committee on Common Education (2022)Sex Educationhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/f01acf70e8b7bd17588219936d7f78d6b094ed2fa5856c6bf573ce49fc5b90b0d0f5790af3a1bb76730bddcde6f8e18d
House Bill 2973Prohibits any legislation from being enforceable that prohibits conversion therapy.Referred to the House Committee on State Powers (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/b625877f0ff48830eb79e7d288bd4652558df35ffcf19490eb9a34334c369413c806f0bf6aa66445a469242f2ad1bfb0
House Bill 4318Parent's Bill of Rights, includes the right to attend meetings pertaining to the education of children.Referred to the House Committee on Common Education (2022)Parental Rights and Curriculum Transparencyhttps://legiscan.com/OK/text/HB4318/id/2488713/Oklahoma-2022-HB4318-Introduced.pdf
Senate Bill 1654Prohibits surveys or questionnaires from including topics related to gender and sexuality in the classroom and bans books on LGBTQ+ identities.Referred to the Senate Committee on Education (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/d93595327ba4121ea34e13d3cea0e8de330068925cecced155b04e3612b14e0e95752e3cb378ffeacb3a4d20c9ca27aa
House Bill 4012Creates written policy to challenge materials in the media program used by teachers. Establishes a community standards review board to review materials and complaints.Referred to the House Committee on Common Education (2022)Parental Rights and Curriculum Transparencyhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/1f6bda03f0b64aff7925c0b439b3ee1be8b95b5f005c0800e3417813f83452f14e79d6df8a8dcbf5a0397eca82abaab1
Senate Bill 1544Provides that public schools or charter schools cannot knowingly enter into a transaction with an individual or entity that provides abortion care.Passed Senate (2022); Referred to House Committee on Common Education (2022)Reproductive Health Carehttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/9973fff2dc6299f3715306abf0228ccd29bb7fc173c3fe3e9e5e3d126e2f85e749e172a49be7a6ede421bdf5eaf98cd0
Senate Bill 1448A school district, public charter school, or virtual charter school that administers any survey shall include as part of the survey an affidavit verifying that administration of the survey and the collection of survey responses complies with the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment, 20 U.S.C. Section 1232h.Referred to Senate Committee on Education (2022)Sex Educationhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/cf313f22d0b644a6e6ab6cc29ee1bf7ba7c84ad9d66f7e027c2c1cf8ee09111694d4546cad6d9cb886019c0975fbd99c
House Bill 3240Bans gender-affirming medical procedures to any individual under 18.Referred to House Committee on Public Health (2022)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/c3f26cbfa7320664ca002bc29484b24c9c49e71d062ce7e01641928197651abc6b2409e1cbf4bd170a796cea90edacf2
Senate Bill 1268Facilitate parental involvement in schools and local elections.Referred to Senate Committee on Education (2022)Parental Rights and Curriculum Transparencyhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/c36727ac652f1a023b27d63e902c8860d384d87b837163535e9c47b56bc3a482d6d6ae1187dda51cb986ffe9dddcbb8a
Senate Bill 1225Requires parental consent for minors accessing contraception or family planning counseling, names pregnant/parenting youth. Also requires parental consent re: any vaccinations.Passed Senate (2022); Referred to House Committee on Public Health (2022)Reproductive Health Carehttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/09c4d87b035bb67c87923abd735dfeea6fee145eb56bbb37dc74a5bcdaf7f5a4185b4fe2c0b18330a17058d0d7b779f8
Senate Bill 1142Bans certain books from being in school libraries and creates a procedure for parents to object to specific books and have them removed from the library.Reported Do Pass, Amended by Committee Substitute Education Committee; CR Filed (2022)Parental Rights and Curriculum Transparencyhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/7ec3d37c63ecfe3869ac52c040e78d022aa1a3b4375b02c795c235e44139b53427d2397ea9e3dd079b0685aa5ee493e7
Senate Bill 612Prohibits abortion unless in the case of a medical emergency.Approved by Governor (2022)Reproductive Health Care (2022)https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/acc2bac2e6528fa4a351ce2a66cf53dde7e8074fda3ac873934e71e11852fc3c6ff80ca22347c1ac2b41dacec0c0a4d8
House Joint Resolution 1027Amends the Oklahoma constitution to grant fetal personhood. Reported Do Pass Health and Human Services committee; CR filed (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/148be3f5e5ce8fe35f7243a2f3c64eaa1597704a078ee8521c26713845024762cdeb6f4eddae79e7abde5da731cba972
House Bill 1004Prohibits the state or any subdivision of the state from prohibiting conversion therapy. Referred to the House Committee on Children, Youth, And Family Services (2021) Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/b4d9f0b8a51b2c9ca7c7b11787ce089b6248a54eb62a1a642aa5c5c2c92686700df870a6770daddab7ce6e1c6e9e1f8f
House Bill 1102 Prohibits abortion unless in the case of a medical emergency. Enacted (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/82a60df4f6de47442b16490912531f3388cd933460e4200b7e60242a37923916c9d3ccf37e9c0a96f66593d4e645c347
House Bill 1641Prohibits curriculum that promotes or degrades any race or gender or sexual orientation. Withdrawn from the House Committee on Common Education, referred to the House Committee on Rules (2021) Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/80eae0001dd142c8f4c31fa467604cdc7f57f5c735c5b046cb3b13a34163a9eb26b61e9217e68de48322ee255768c2cf
House Bill 2441Prohibits abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Enacted (2021)Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/1f5adbc0782b6d7fc0923dda5f1d68f93f27cbbe9ccccbb9c2bcd12e18e0646045839427aac2a8cc797802113d15c096
House Bill 2973Prohibits efforts to outlaw conversion therapy. First Reading (2021)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/b625877f0ff48830eb79e7d288bd4652558df35ffcf19490eb9a34334c369413c806f0bf6aa66445a469242f2ad1bfb0
Senate Joint Resolution 17Amends the Oklahoma Constitution to grant fetal personhood; prohibiting abortion. Referred to the Senate Committee on Rules (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/148be3f5e5ce8fe35f7243a2f3c64eaa1597704a078ee8521c26713845024762cdeb6f4eddae79e7abde5da731cba972
Senate Bill 89Mandates the teaching of both health and physical education. Requires instruction on the ability to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and the services needed to make appropriate health decisions, establishing and maintaining positive relationships, and responsible decision making.Enacted (2021) Sex Education https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/5383f17d5ca97c2915f3c0e505b41e1ea67b9e318af223e39fd789843cfa5e0043334bc94535d69a20484d55cf6f0fea
Senate Bill 495Asserts that human life begins at the moment of fertilization, prohibiting abortion and classifying the procedure as murder. Failed in the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2021)Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/2d03e7fbf617ff107376161dc9ae7c20f8e0dd6bcdd110c4cca627aaf86b90be2e567fce7af62582095bb99bea19496f
Senate Bill 583Prohibits medical professionals from providing gender affirming care to minors. Referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2021) Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/92e32a40636fe066860b3d69689cb0de0b8d3efc4c3ce357527ba5bb92c14e1191e2cfa02c3ee0bfe31e4b4664537815
Senate Bill 612Prohibits abortion unless in the case of a medical emergency.Referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/acc2bac2e6528fa4a351ce2a66cf53dde7e8074fda3ac873934e71e11852fc3c6ff80ca22347c1ac2b41dacec0c0a4d8
Senate Bill 676Prohibits medical professionals from providing gender affirming care to minors. Referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2021) Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/94472702f8a9ed7c1ec0b1036171f511c023568d868459e9a33f1b0a7c0a37294d6591b1b80be73947e285c983f50764
Senate Bill 723Prohibits abortion if a fetal heartbeat is detected. Second Reading referred to House Committee on Public Health (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/8651347cbd15b41d30e2cdcc0774692a87f28feed3017407ad6934d0585f4c87736f0ca5b76ed41ea4a67449813f6ed6
Senate Bill 918Prohibits abortion in the case that Roe v. Wade is overruled or if an amendment to the United States Constitution is adopted permitting Oklahoma to prohibit abortion. Enacted (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/c1c1971eb64a6f564e7ea143f3775361a1c4f0f7d5e7045bd1f3dbcc20f32ca39828fbe9c0c008a58239e75030f28e9b
Senate Bill 923Prohibits abortion in the case that Roe v. Wade is overruled or if an amendment to the United States Constitution is adopted permitting Oklahoma to prohibit abortion. Referred to the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2021) Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/56f6e97446a6d9bbe675cbd0be5ca8cfd26649535699b79e6f6e60c38c6edf5907bb6bb561ab4aa07404da3962c03a14
Senate Bill 1786Prohibits physicians from performing abortions; doing so denies them the ability to obtain or renew their license to practice medicine. Died in the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2020)Reproductive Health Care https://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/040c5e174772883b7f524dd9bb32d99829cb4d507a24304a8e44e89328ac4db2bc0b005826a11aaddcdb3ec35124bf66
Senate Bill 1368Requires sex education curriculum to be reviewed for medical accuracy by the State Department of Health.Died in the Senate Committee on Education (2020)Sex Educationhttp://www.oklegislature.gov/BillInfo.aspx?Bill=SB%201368&session=2000
Senate Bill 1819Prohibits minors from undergoing gender affirming medical treatment. Died in the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services (2020)Sexual Orientation and Gender Identityhttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/9b249115f8090ac2fdb2912e05556724547399a906beb2ff5001c61cf4c61706be459dbd997d2e91dcc44ed738318091
Senate Bill 1859Prohibits abortion if a fetal heartbeat or fetal brain waves are detected unless in the case of a medical emergency. Died in the House (2020)Reproductive Health Carehttps://s3.amazonaws.com/fn-document-service/file-by-sha384/48968b85d1615c6b935981a955556cfb8703c5538ecd550fe2a497e07097e9992541bb4d07999b2691f354789a849c08

Youth Sexual Health Data

Young people are more than their health behaviors and outcomes. While data can be a powerful tool to demonstrate the sex education and sexual health care needs of young people, it is important to be mindful that these behaviors and outcomes are impacted by systemic inequities present in our society that affect an individual’s sexual health and well-being. To learn more about Oklahoma’s Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) results, click here.

Oklahoma School Health Profiles Data 

In 2019, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released the School Health Profiles, which measure school health policies and practices and highlight which health topics were taught in schools across the country. Since the data were collected from self-administered questionnaires completed by schools’ principals and lead health education teachers, the CDC notes that one limitation of the School Health Profiles is bias toward the reporting of more positive policies and practices. In the School Health Profiles, the CDC identifies 20 sexual health education topics as critical for ensuring a young person’s sexual health.

Oklahoma did not participate in the 2016 or 2018 School Health Profiles.

***The quality of sex education taught often reflects funding available for sex education programs. To learn more about federal funding streams, click here.

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