Sex education in schools not inclusive

December 2015
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;12/2/2015, Issue 175, p12
The article discusses a survey of special religious education (SRE) teachers in eight secondary schools across Yorkshire at the Birmingham City University and Sheffield Hallam University, which revealed that sex education in secondary schools in Great Britain is not inclusive.


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