June 1967
Time;6/9/1967, Vol. 89 Issue 23, p44
The article focuses on the issue regarding the instilling of sex education at several schools and institutions in the U.S. It mentions that the said curriculum became popular in several schools, where teachers are teaching sex education to their students since 1914. However, it cites the opposition of Christian religions, particularly the Catholic Church, and notes their move for the careful deliberation of the subject.


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