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Posted by admin on February 20, 2018 in Articles

Topic I chose: Should sexual education be taught in public schools? Should sexual education be abstinence onlyThesis statement: Sex is a part of life, but how would you want to be informed by it
I agree with sexual education should be taught only if it is consented with the parents. Parents need to inform on how this information to there child(ren). With that being said there should be a written permission for that child to attend the class.
http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/state-policies-on-sex-education-in-schools.aspx
According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about 47 percent of high school students say they have had sex, 15 percent of high school students have had sex with four or more partners during their lifetime.
http://www.nasponline.org/publications/cq/40/6/sexual-health-education.aspx
National Association of School Psychologists’ (NASP) official stand on sexual education is that it should be taught in schools to help young people make healthy decisions regarding sex throughout their lives.
http://globaldiscussion.net/topic/1731-pros-and-cons-of-sex-education/
Teachers are not always trained how to properly teach sexual education courses and may transgress their own beliefs or morals into the subject matter rather than stick with the facts. Topic I chose: Should sexual education be taught in public schools? Should sexual education be abstinence onlyThesis statement: Sex is a part of life, but how would you want to be informed by it
I agree with sexual education should be taught only if it is consented with the parents. Parents need to inform on how this information to there child(ren). With that being said there should be a written permission for that child to attend the class.
http://www.ncsl.org/research/health/state-policies-on-sex-education-in-schools.aspx
According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about 47 percent of high school students say they have had sex, 15…