Dr. Eva Goldfarb, Professor in the Public Health Department, recently weighed in on the effectiveness of sex education in New Jersey. Montclair Local reported about the Montclair public school district working to revise its sex education curriculum over the past few years. Dr. Goldfarb stated, “New Jersey has a fraught history with sex education,” and remarked that sexual health includes more nuances than just pregnancy and disease.
Dr. Goldfarb centers her research in the field of sexuality education. Over the past twenty-five years, she has developed and led sexuality training and sexual health programs with youth, parents educators, and other professionals and has trained current and future school teachers across the country.
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