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PPMM Sex Ed for middle and high school students...

Comprehensive sex ed e-courses that align with 9 sets of national standards and frameworks, including the California Healthy Youth Act (CHYA).

Each 3.5 hour Digital Learning Journey students follow an animated story while exploring sex ed topics through interactive activities, videos, quizzes, and resources.

  • Self-guided e-course (asynchronous)
  • Available in English and Spanish.
  • Sliding scale registration fee: $0-10 per student
  • Plus: Teacher-guided online lessons available for special education students with Extensive Support Needs (ESN).Comprehensive sex ed version launching for 2023-24 school year!

75% of students who completed PPMM Sex Ed were able to identify two ways of preventing pregnancy and STIs, versus only 30% before their PPMM e-course.

What students say…

“Genuinely useful information!”

“It was the first time I felt included in a sex ed class.”

“I liked how the story characters are going through the same things we are.”

“The quizzes and short videos made this course a lot more interesting and engaging.”

“It taught us how to stay safe and healthy.”

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Learn more about PPMM Sex Ed

Take a tour of the e-courses, review CHYA and other sex ed standards. Plus, get tools to inform and support teachers and parents/caregivers.

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