The lessons you see on this web site were written in 2012 and before. Since then we have taught the curriculum, evaluated it, and published articles on our evaluation of the curriculum.


We have finished our CULTURALLY COMPETENT, less philosophically dense version of the curriculum, relevant to students in 8th, 9th, and 10th grade. With tweaking you can teach it to younger and older students.  In it we promote the view that “CONSENT IS NOT ENOUGH.” Our sexual ethics curriculum teaches kids to orient their thinking about sex towards other people and towards mutuality as a goal.

We now charge $50 for the bound REVISIONS of the curriculum. The lessons online are free. We can send you our older  8-session version appropriate for 9th grade. This is the curriculum that was evaluated using 7 9th grade classrooms (see Lamb & Randazzo, 2015, in The Journal of Moral Education, or write to us for a copy of the articles.)

And we can send you SECS-C 8-9-10, which is our curriculum for 8th-10th grade and completed in 2017 with new lessons on gender non-conformity and stereotypes, pornography, as well as the ethics of abortion. We continue to update our lessons on consent and coercion, friendship, religion, and media objectification.

For pricing and trainings, please go to www.sharonlamb.com

You can read a review of Dr. Lamb’s book about the curriculum, Sex Ed for Caring Schoolsor use the links to the left to explore the original 15 lessons with the awareness that there are newer lessons and more to come. There is a new book on girls of color where Chapter 4 discusses the vulnerabilities of girls of color in our sexual ethics classrooms Girls of Color, Sexuality, and Sex Education. 

Please write to us if you would like TRAINING on our curriculum or if you would like to purchase our 8 lesson 9th grade curriculum!

Books relating to our curriculum below!

Chapter 4 is about the vulnerabilities
of Girls of Color in the SECS-C classroom

About the curriculum

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