February 2007
NEA Today;Feb2007, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p16
The article reports on the rejection of $800,000 in federal funding for abstinence-only program by the state of New Jersey. The state claims that the rules associated with the funding are too restrictive, including declaring marital sex as the expected standard of human sexual activity and banning teachers from discussing contraception. New Jersey became the fourth state to refuse the abstinence funding.


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