Study: British Sex Education Not Doing Enough

04/30/2002 | BBC

Sex education classes in England's schools are not effective enough in warning students about sexually transmitted diseases and teenage pregnancy, according to a report. Britain reportedly has the highest teenage birth rate in Western Europe. The study noted the confounding effect of media messages: By educating teenagers about safe sex, teen magazines are promoting a false assumption that all young people are sexually active.

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