Survey outrage

4th February 2000 at 00:00
A QUESTIONNAIRE handed out to 6,000 secondary pupils by North Yorkshire Council angered parents and teachers, as many of the questions on sex and drugs lacked guidance about right and wrng.

Children were asked to say if they agreed or disagreed with statements such as:

"Smoking cannabis makes parties more fun"; or "most kids my age are having sex".

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