TSF, kids don't have to go to school to learn sex education. I believe you would agree they learn very early about the sex act and also they learn very early that birth control is FREE and this is without school teaching them. About the only thing school is good for regarding children and sex education is giving them a place to have sex.I do not see an immediate or simple solution. I would start implementing a plan to eliminate the necessity of disposal by eliminating the demand for abortions. That could be achieved( slowly at first) by making,(gasp), birth control easily available, by having (gasp) sex education in schools that teach methods of birth control, and by establishing women's health clinics which would also help with education , birth control, STD prevention and other health issues. I would search for ways to incentivize the avoidance of unwanted pregnancy.
I don't know if you have a daughter but I remember when my daughter was probably about 12 years old and she would have her yearly physical, the doctor would ask if she was sexually active and did she need birth control. Unless you live under a rock, everyone knows you can go to the health department and get all the free birth control you need, want and could ever use. I'm all for that, so don't act like if people don't want sex ed taught in school kids don't know where to get birth control or understand STD's. Heck, 14 year olds can have abortions without their parents' permission, so giving them Depo shots, b/c pills or condoms is very easy to provide even without the parents' knowledge. I'm not for that, but it happens. I think parents should always be aware of any medical procedure or meds their minor children have been prescribed. If parents know their child may be sexually active and refuse birth control, then it should be on them to provide for the child. Free birth control is a lot cheaper than providing for a child until a young, horny, kid learns sex isn't love and a child is for life.