TITLE

Point: Sex Education Should be Taught by Parents, not Schools

AUTHOR(S)
Badertscher, Eric; Geier, Denise B.
PUB. DATE
March 2018
SOURCE
Points of View: Sex Education in Schools;3/30/2018, p2
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article claims that sex education should be the responsibility of parents and not the schools. School programs are said to treat the concept of sex as purely biological, without taking into consideration its mental, spiritual, emotional and social aspects. Societies have established strict rules for sexual behavior, particularly for young people. The article emphasizes the need to develop family- and faith-based programs for sex education. It asserts that parents should lead the efforts to educate their children about sex.
ACCESSION #
12462138

 

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