N.C. House says parents should have choice in children's sex education

04/20/2009 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

North Carolina parents of middle-schoolers soon could be allowed to choose between the existing abstinence-only sex-ed curriculum and a more comprehensive course. "I believe there is a health crisis in North Carolina concerning our teens with respect to pregnancy and sexually transmitted infection," said Rep. Bob England, D-Ellenboro, a physician who co-sponsored the bill. "One important way to bring these numbers down is education."

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