Survey brings new perspective to sex-ed debate

02/13/2003 | NYTimes.com

A majority of parents say they want schools to teach basic sex education, but they say would prefer if the curriculum skipped explicit details, a survey sponsored by a coalition of conservative groups has found. About half of parents said schools should teach the biology of reproduction, the survey showed.

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