Thu 23 May 2013, The Independent

Majority of parents believe sex education should be compulsory in secondary schools, YouGov poll reveals

By Richard Garner
Sex education lessons should be compulsory in secondary schools and address the issue of sexual consent, the vast majority of parents believe. Related Stories Paul McCartney lends support to free school in Liverpool Reforms to teachers' pay ‘will mean bigger class sizes’ More than a million primary schoolchildren unable to...
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