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Sex Education in North Dakota

Educational programming in North Dakota is offered through a unique partnership between North Dakota State University and Planned Parenthood. We are committed to providing education that is comprehensive, medically accurate, and age appropriate. We value health, community, and responsibility.

Sex Education in North Dakota

Parents Are Sexuality Educators (PASE)

PASE (Parents Are Sexuality Educators) is a free class for parents who want to learn how to have comfortable, matter-of-fact conversations with their children or teens about sexuality.

ROTO ND (Reach One Teach One North Dakota)

Reach One Teach One (ROTO) is a comprehensive class that gives young people an opportunity to learn about real-life issues related to sexuality and then share their knowledge with others through peer education.

Safe Spaces

Safe Spaces is for adults who want to be approachable, non-judgmental, and reliable resources for sexual health information. Great for teachers, social workers, counselors, coaches, and more!


Sexual Health and Adolescent Risk Prevention (SHARP) is a one-time class for young people designed to reduce risky behaviors.

Taking SHAPE

Taking SHAPE is a series of reproductive and sexual health classes that introduces youth to the importance and value of sexuality. Participants explore real life issues through engaging discussion, videos, and activities.

Healthiest Generation

Healthiest Generation is an innovative professional training to build capacity within organizations. Upon completion of the program, attendees will be prepared to deliver sex education proven effective to reduce risks associated with sexual activity.