Slater, Jon
July 2000
UNESCO Courier;Jul/Aug2000, Vol. 53 Issue 7/8, p17
Focuses on the debate over the efforts of the government of Great Britain to improve sex education. Significance of reducing the number of teenage pregnancies; Statistics on teenage pregnancies; Role of teachers in reducing the rate of teenage pregnancies.


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