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10 Ways to Support Students with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD) in Sex Education

U Choose to Know Digest, 2019

It can be challenging to deliver sex education in the general education classroom while meeting the needs of students with intellectual or developmental disabilities (ID/DD), even if you are accustomed to doing this for other topics you teach. Sometimes it’s mistakenly assumed that students with ID/DD don’t really need sex education.

Check out this U Choose to Know resource for practical tips on supporting students with Intellectual or Development Disabilities (ID/DD) in the sex ed classroom.

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