Sex-ed in schools disturbs many immigrant parents

11/15/2005 | Sun (Baltimore), The

Maryland districts are trying to bridge the cultural gap by explaining their sex education curriculum to immigrant parents, many of whom view sex discussions with children as taboo. Outreach efforts include covering why the courses are offered so parents can make informed decisions about their children attending the classes.

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