Catholics call for honesty in sex education

April 2005
Nursing Standard;4/6/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 30, p10
Trade Publication
Focuses on the insistence of the education service of the Roman Catholic church on the importance of honesty of school nurses about the content of sex education classes in Great Britain. Contention of Catholic education service executive Oona Stannard that nurses would undermine the trust in school if they taught sex education without the prior agreement of the school; Argument of Stannard that sex education be required to catholic schools in line with the teachings and values if the church; Necessity of good sex education to form ideas of sex according to the values of the church.


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