This introductory chapter considers the debates over the content of school-based sex education programs in the United States, and discusses how current school-based sex education is not benefitting students, schools, or communities. It describes the kinds of sex education approaches, lays out in broad strokes the central ideological concerns of each, and presents an overview of the subsequent chapters.
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