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the discussion of sexuality to pressure female students to have sexual relations is most likely in primary school or secondary school. Interventions may have a greater impact on delaying sexual relations among primary and secondary school students, at a time before most young people have sexual relations, than in post-secondary school when most students have already had sexual relations.

Interventions may have a greater impact on delaying sexual relations among primary and secondary school students at a time before most young people have sexual relations than in post-secondary school when most students have already had sexual relations but intervention in post secondary school may still have an impact on condom use.

Interventions may have a greater impact on delaying sexual relations among primary and secondary school students at a time before most young people have sexual relations than in post-secondary school when most students have already had sexual relations but intervention in post secondary school may still have an impact on condom use.

a Degree of desirability is indicated with a maximum of 3 "+" signs. Degree of undesirability is indicated with a maximum of 3 "-" signs. b See Box 5.1 and the text for full description of these characteristics. 0 STIs = sexually transmitted infections.

Even these rules for summarizing the results may have provided a more positive picture than an analysis of all the results from all studies. However, this probable positive bias was offset by a different negative bias: many results presented in the studies were based on samples with insufficient power. Thus, interventions may have produced programmatically meaningful results that were found to be not significant. (Insufficient statistical power is further discussed in the section below.)

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