Have something to say about Education in Nova Scotia? The Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development has created a panel to discuss education in Nova Scotia.

The Sexual Health Centre believes that it’s important to have discussions about the state of sexual health education in our schools. Therefore, we highly encourage community members, and especially youth, to complete the survey and let the government know what you think is great and what is missing from sexual health education in the province.

The Nova Scotia government wants everyone—students, parents, educators, and community members—to help in setting a bold new direction for our public schools.
What is working well in our school system? What needs to improve?

There are lots of ways to send in your input. You can find more information, as well as the survey, on the Nova Scotia Government’s website.

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