Parents need help with sex education

Learner, Sue
July 2008
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;7/23/2008, p10
The article offers information on the assistance needed by parents in discussing sex education with their children in Great Britain. To provide the needed help, the Teenage Pregnancy Independent Advisory Group sent parents with advice packs containing sex and relationship information on what is being taught in schools, geared in furnishing the needed information and let parents be equipped with vital data to start conversations at home.


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