Wash. legislators aren't setting excited about sex ed this year

March 2006
Gay & Lesbian Times;3/9/2006, Issue 950, p28
The article reports on the implementation of sex education bill in public schools in Seattle, Washington. The introduction of the bill was triggered by various issues such as controlling sexually transmitted disease, birth control and increasing teenage pregnancy that leads to increasing state expenditure on social cost. The implementation of the bill was not successful in the previous years and legislators are trying to revive the bill and add some of the sex education in the curriculum.


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