Abstinence in Sex Education
Examines abstinence as option in sex education in public schools. Discusses laws, public attitudes, criticism, liberal & conservative views, safe sex and, disease.
# 12687 | 2,250 words | 10 sources | 1997 |
Published on Mar 13, 2003 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Social Issues) , Gender and Sexuality (General)
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From the Paper:"The teaching of abstinence as an approach to public school sex education will be discussed with regard to the questions what, when, how, and why. Although nine in ten Americans agree that schools should teach kids about sex (Shapiro, 1993, p. 56), concensus ends here. Educators and community leaders must decide how best to answer the above questions if the dialog over sex education is to result in some common ground. If educational leaders cannot agree on how best to approach the abstinence question, the future of sex education as part of a well-rounded health education curriculum is at stake.
States have left the sex education aspect of health education up to local districts in the same manner that the federal government has left it up to the larger community to decide what constitutes pornography. In essence, states have.."
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