RSEI News + Updates

MAY 2020: New resources from the Sex Education Collaborative

As remote learning continues for much of the country, members of the Sex Education Collaborative (SEC), including the Responsible Sex Education Institute have created a new online Training Hub with a wide variety of professional development offerings for educators and school administrators.

The SEC envisions a world in which all young people’s right to comprehensive, high-quality sex education is recognized and fulfilled. This vision can only be realized if educators have the knowledge, training, and support to effectively deliver sex education. gathers trusted trainings and resources from national, regional, and state-based sex education organizations for access wherever educators and administrators are working. In addition to this newest offering, members have jointly created the Professional Learning Standards for Sex Education, released last year.

FEB 2020: Healthy Bodies, Healthy Boundaries Video Series

The Responsible Sex Education Institute partners with the SAVA Center and the Arc of Larimer County to provide education for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities in a series called Healthy Bodies, Healthy Boundaries.

As supplemental materials for this series, we also partnered to create videos starring people with I/DD who have a passion for acting. We build discussion questions in to help folks process the video scenarios and develop their social skills and awareness around these topics.

Check the videos out here!

SEPT 2019: We Wrote a Book!

In Case You’re Curious: Questions about Sex from Young People with Answers from the Experts was released in September of 2019. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, we highly recommend you do so! It is available for purchase in our shop, as well as at online retailers like Target, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble.

Want to learn more about ICYC or how you can bring this amazing textline to the young people you work with? Email us today!

MAY 2019: HB 19-1032

In May of 2019, Colorado passed an updated sex ed bill, HB 19-1032. We have heard from folks that they would like an infographic that outlines the expectations for Colorado districts, schools and educators. You can check out the infographic here. Please reach out with any questions!