Sex Education for primary school children

Milton, Jan
April 2002
Primary Educator;2002, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p17
Focuses on a research based on sex education imparted by parents to their primary school children. Issues that could be discussed between a parent and child; Ways by which several parents initiated sex discussion with their children; Opinion of parents about sex education programs in schools.


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