School board unanimously votes in favor of teaching sexual education
By Peter Marcus, DDN Staff Writer
The Denver Public Schools board yesterday unanimously backed a resolution establishing an adolescent sexual and reproductive health education policy for the school system.
Supporters say it is time for the district to establish policy allowing for “age-appropriate” human sexuality education.
Supporters believe sex education delays teens from becoming sexually active; reduces the frequency of sexual activity; reduces the number of sexual partners a teen has; and increases condom and contraceptive use. Read the full article by clicking here.