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Sex Education—More Avoided than Neglected?

by Phyllis Kronhausen & Eberhard Kronhausen - 1963

To say that sex education is the most neglected area of instruction just about everywhere would be both commonplace and at the same time a gross understatement. For sex education is not only neglected; it is actively and scrupulously avoided. And there are understandable though often somewhat less than sound reasons why this should be so. Meanwhile, in most of the world, with such rare exceptions as Sweden, where sex education is compulsory from kindergarten on, it is much easier to come by sexual experience than to gain accurate information about it.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 64 Number 4, 1963, p. 321-321
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 2875, Date Accessed: 7/25/2021 8:26:13 AM

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