65 Pregnant Students = End to Abstinence-Only Education
Posted on Aug 17, 2006
An Ohio school board voted to allow discussion of contraception in sex education classes upon learning that 13% of one high school’s female students were pregnant.
Earlier: Congress declines to fund abstinence only-programs
I guess that would be a hint that your sex ed program is less than successful.
In Canton, Ohio, a school board decided to expand sex education to allow for discussion on contraception after realizing that 13 percent of one high school’s female students were pregnant. Yeah.
There were 490 female students at Timken High School in 2005, and 65 were pregnant, WEWS-TV in Cleveland reported.
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