The Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP) and Title V Abstinence-Only Program

January 2011
SIECUS Developments;Winter/Spring2011, p3
The article discusses the Personal Responsibility Education Program (PREP), the funding stream for sexuality education created by the federal government. PREP allows states to apply for PREP sexuality education funds, abstinence-only funds, or both. Only seven states applied for Title V Abstinence-only funds in 2010, including Colorado, Kansas, and Minnesota.


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