Kansas schools advocate abstinence

12/30/2004 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Schools in Kansas, like many around the nation, are grappling with how to give students basic information about human development and the risks of sexually-transmitted diseases. While the state requires that districts have a comprehensive K-12 human sexuality program, they retain large control over what is taught, particularly when it comes to birth control.

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