A debate emerges about proposed sex-ed textbooks

09/9/2004 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Proposed sex-ed textbooks that omit lessons on contraception have sparked a fierce debate in Texas about how far schools should go in educating students about sex. Supporters of the books say local school districts have the option to expand their sex-ed curricula to include contraception.

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