The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Groups oppose sex ed

Roman Catholics and Muslims in Great Britain criticized a government decision to make sex education mandatory for schoolchildren aged 15 and older, beginning in 2011. The rules apply to public and faith-based schools that receive state funding. Currently, parents can withdraw children from sex education classes until age 19.


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