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#TellMeSC: Tell Us Your Sex Ed Experience in SC

Posted by Ryan Morgan on October 24, 2013 at 12:58 PM
934798_10151212153172465_513535479_nBy Kat Heavner So many school districts, so many sex ed experiences. At this point we know that each South Carolina school district's sex ed curriculum is selected by a Health Advisory Committee, and we know that the majority of these districts aren’t complying with current law, but what does that mean for students? We're hoping you can help us with that part in November’s social media campaign: #TellMeSC. Upload your story to YouTube (under 3 minutes) and tell us, What’s one thing you want us to know about the sex education you received in South Carolina? Use the title #TellMeSC and include your name and where you received your sex education (ex: “#TellMeSC – Abby – Anderson, SC”). Email your link to us at, subject line: #TellMeSC video. abby You can also write a text submission under 300 words for a blog submission (email to We’ll post a new story to our Facebook page daily (M-F), so be sure to “like” us and keep an eye out—it might be your story we highlight! Need some inspiration? Check out Alabama Alliance for Health Youth’s sex ed PSA. We look forward to hearing your stories South Carolina! Kat Heavner is a social work student that cares about public policy. Kat volunteers at Tell Them and is a Macro Social Work Intern at Palmetto Place Children’s Shelter.

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