A Decade of AIDS Awareness: What Have Students Learned?

November 2000
NEA Today;Nov2000, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p36
Discusses the role of school in providing information to young people about HIV/AIDS. Widespread of HIV/AIDS in schools; Changes in HIV/AIDS education; How education effort affected the spread of HIV/AIDS.


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