In February 1991, the New York City Board of Education approved a plan for expanded HIV/AIDS education that included making condoms available on request to the 261,000 students in the city's 120 public high schools.
The Fund for the City of New York, led a team of HIV/AIDS trainers to assist New York City high schools in implementing the education/condom availability program.
The Academy for Educational Development, Inc., New York conducted an evaluation of the program in 12 schools, using 10 Chicago schools as a comparison group.
Montefiore Medical Center, Bronx, N.Y. documented the design, development, and implementation of the HIV/AIDS education/condom availability program. The researchers published four articles.
Project staff at the Fund for the City of New York prepared a:
Evaluators at the Academy for Educational Development reported the following findings in the September 1997 issue of the American Journal of Public Health: