The Parents' Protest

July 1913
America;7/12/1913, Vol. 9 Issue 14, p327
The author discusses the protests of parents regarding the assertion of Ella Flagg, superintendent of schools in Chicago, Illinois, on the need for high school students to improve their morals and sex hygiene instruction. Flagg reportedly approved the teaching of sex hygiene in the upper grades of public schools.


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