Sex Education in Public Schools

An article published by Steve Siebold claims that “It’s time we revisit sex education in America’s schools and make it a part of the curriculum in every middle school and high school.” I could not agree more with Steve, especially after a new report was released by the Centers for Disease and Control showing that one in every five births to the country’s teens is not a first child.

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I should not be mistaken for encouraging sex, but the reality is that teenagers have and will always have sex. Therefore, instead of fighting the inevitable, why not conduct sex education to ensure that they are at least having safe sex?

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