TITLE

Counterpoint: Sex Education Should be a High Priority in Schools

AUTHOR(S)
Stokely, Anne; McMahon, Maureen
PUB. DATE
March 2018
SOURCE
Points of View: Sex Education in Schools;3/30/2018, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents an argument which claims that effective sex education may reduce the rate of unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases (STD) in the U.S. the need for parents, teachers and medical groups to collaborate and support sex education programs is emphasized. It further argues that failure to provide long-term sex education leads to a failure in providing information that is relevant to the lives of individuals and the U.S. public health.
ACCESSION #
12462140

 

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