Why schools should make condoms available to teenagers

Singer, Alan
October 1994
Educational Leadership;Oct94, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p78
Presents reasons why schools should make condoms available to teenagers. Controversy about sex education and condom availability programs for teenagers; Role of schools in sex education; Dealing with complex political and moral issues by the students; Dual responsibility of parents in educating their child.


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