How Shakespeare lowers teen birth rates in Europe

Gardner, Marilyn
January 1999
Christian Science Monitor;1/27/99, Vol. 91 Issue 42, p14
Discusses the broad-based approach to adolescent sexual behavior and responsibility that European countries are taking. How the United States teenage birth rate compares to other countries; How sex-education in school is reinforced outside of school in Europe; How they prepare older adolescents for intimate relationships.


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