Study finds focus on abstinence in sex-ed classes can delay sexual activity
Rob Stein, Post staff writer wrote:
In the first carefully designed study to evaluate the controversial approach to sex ed, researchers found that only about a third of 6th and 7th graders who went through sessions focused on abstinence started having sex in the next two years. In contrast, nearly half of students who got other classes, including those that included information about contraception, became sexually active.
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