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Sex Education Running head: Sex Education TITLE: Does implementing sex education in public schools decrease rates of teen pregnancy? Naira Petrosyan Community College of Aurora 1
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Sex Education Abstract According to Washington Post For the last few decades the rates of teen pregnancies jumped up by 3 percent only between 2005 to 2006 in United States of America And it is still going up. The United States of America has the highest rate of teen pregnancy rates. Center for Disease Control says that 1/3 of all girls getting pregnant before the age of 20. Why is that? What is going on with our society that pregnancy rate are going up? Are we doing something different from the other countries? So what is Sexual education in the Unites States? Sex education is a broad term used to describe education about human sexual anatomy , sexual reproduction , sexual intercourse , reproductive health , emotional relations, reproductive rights and responsibilities, abstinence , contraception , and other aspects of human sexual behavior (Wikipedia, 2011). Does implementing Sex Education in public schools help decrease teen pregnancy? Teen pregnancy is on the rise today. That is a big problem for the society. 1. Increase in single parent families 2. Increase in amount of kids in foster homes 3. Decrease in educational level of the society. 4. Poverty 5. High taxes due to amount of families who need financial help. 6. Abortion rates The research is important in decreasing rates of teen pregnancies, helping the society to increase healthy, happy planned parenthood. Happy kids and their parents. 2
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Sex Education I will be trying to prove and argue the fact that sex education doesn’t help preventing teen pregnancies, it helps it rise. Giving out condoms in schools and teaching young population in schools encourages them to try it out, knowing that it is ok and natural. We should take in consideration different facts like – teen hormones, peer pressure, curiosity, culture overall, and social pressure. Hormones are on the rise at the ages 11-20, teens become attracted to each other. And it is human nature to listen and to act like people of your age. One of your friends is dating and having sex, they are “cool” and when you are not dating and abstinent of sex, you just don’t fit. Maybe if not
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