Most parents support sex education in schools
After the Mississippi Legislature passed a 2011 law that required school districts to adopt a policy on sex-related education, the Center for Mississippi Health Policy commissioned Mississippi State University's Social Science Research Center to survey parents of Mississippi public school students.
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#1 Oct 4, 2013
Real sex education in schools would be a fine thing if we could keep the religious nutters out of the sex ed classrooms.
#2 Nov 3, 2013
Why do you say that,....so you won't have to teach your kids yourself? By your statement and name, sounds like they would be better off.
“Come and get it! ”
Since: Jan 09
#3 Nov 11, 2013
No, he wants kids indoctrinated by liberal teachers to believe that perverted sex acts such as homosexuality is normal.
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