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    Sex Education in Schools

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    Sex Education in Schools:

    - Should sex education be taught in the school system in an attempt to curb problems such as teenage pregnancy and sexual promiscuity, or is it matter that should be left to the parents/guardians?

    - Some parents say they don't want their kids to be taught sex education in school because they want them to remain abstinent. What do you think about that? Do you think not teaching them about sex will help them remain abstinent?

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    I personally support the teaching of sex education in the school system in an attempt to curb problems such as teenage pregnancy, sexual promiscuity, STDs, AIDS, etc. Since public education is not just about academic enrichment but also social, physical, and emotional well being, the goal is to also produce better ...

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    Personal reasons are given to support the teaching of sex education in the school system in an attempt to curb problems such as teenage pregnancy, sexual promiscuity, STDs, AIDS, etc.

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