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Whether it’s sex education or vaccinations against sexually-transmitted infections, local schools and governments are debating approaches to adolescent sexual health. But reaching kids remains a highly personal challenge for parents and teachers. Kojo speaks with a prominent sexual health educator.
- Deborah Roffman Sex Education Instructor, Park School of Baltimore; author, "Sex and Sensibility: The Thinking Parent's Guide to Talking Sense about Sex" (Perseus)
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