MBJ Editorial: Sex ed and a state seeking to fulfill potential


Published: March 27,2011

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Experts, economics and demographics of Mississippi spoke candidly in a Special Report we published in February. Their assessment: Mississippi’s soci-economic health will decline until its teens quit having babies. Legislators don’t dispute the prognosis; they’ve just chosen to ignore it. That changed this year — at least slightly, with Mississippi’s first ever requirement that public […]

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One Response to “MBJ Editorial: Sex ed and a state seeking to fulfill potential”

  1. Jason Says:

    EXCELLENT EDITORIAL! Let’s hope that Mississippi School Boards follow your lead and implement proven curricula that includes teaching about contraceptive options. It will take a few years to see results, so I hope the state and the schools stick with it



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