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CDC: Half Of U.S. Schools Teach Proper Sex Ed

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CDC: Half Of U.S. Schools Teach Proper Sex Ed

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found that less than half of U.S. schools teach their students sexual education according to the CDC’s 16 recommended topics, such as correct condom use and where to find reliable information on sexual health. What do you think?

  • “No way are there as many as 16 sex topics.”

    Gary Wholin Unemployed
  • “What’s so great about our kids that they deserve healthy, satisfying lives?”

    Tom Merzbicki Brick Speculator
  • “We need to reverse this alarming trend by properly training our educators to pop in the DVD and tell everyone to shut up.”

    Anita Lafley Systems Analyst

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