In this study, the relationship between reasons for school dropout and substance use is investigated.
Concerned parents in California are standing up against the implementation of the present comprehensive sex education curricula where children as young as 11 are exposed to sexually explicit content.
When measured by meaningful and recommended standards, the research evidence for school-based CSE in non-U.S. settings does not support UNESCO’s claim that school-based CSE (now sometimes called comprehensive sexual and reproductive health education) is effective. In fact, UNESCO’s own evidence indicates that CSE in school settings has shown little success and may be doing more harm than good
Proposed amendments will violate parental rights and the right to religious freedom.
Liz Jones counselled hundreds of sexually-abused children in the years that she worked at Safeline as a counsellor. She dealt with countless incidences of porn-related abuse, but her heart sank each time she heard those familiar words "I watched it on the TV," or "I saw it in the magazine, or "I watched a DVD".
CSE is not traditional sex education. It bypasses the values and authority of parents and teaches young children to experiment with high risk sexual practices and attempts to change the sexual and gender norms of African society.