10 Dec 2015

Fewer than one-fifth of middle schools and half of high schools are teaching all of the sex education topics recommended by the CDC. The CDC School Health Profiles report found that, for every age group, the least likely topics to be taught were how to get and use condoms. The findings offer a glimpse inside thousands of classrooms to reveal that what gets taught about sex is often decided at the district level and varies widely nationwide. (NPR, 12/10)
(NPR, 12/10)

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