Spare us the blushes

30th March 2007 at 01:00
Every school should employ a nurse to deliver sex education and offer contraception advice, according to research.

The report by the Fabian Society drew attention to teachers' lack of training in personal, social and health education. It quoted teenagers who call for medically trained non-teachers to lead sex education, because they would be less easy to embarrass.


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