Sexual education is the fact of informing younger and older generations of what they need about sex. Sex education is one of the most controversial issues in education, which has changed in educational institutions for many years.
Sexual education is not just about sex. This includes sensitive issues such as sexual health, sexual reproduction, sexuality and others that parents often feel uncomfortable with talking to children. It is therefore the responsibility of schools to address this issue and to inform and educate students as much as possible.
Often, sexual education in schools is rather a recreational course, not a serious question. Sexual education has many advantages and disadvantages in public schools.
Sexual Education Professionals in Schools :
– The classes are gender-exclusive. This disrupts the embarrassing situation of the students and teaches them only what they should know based on their gender.
– Appropriately taught, sexual education can result in regular and continuous human anatomy and biology, and you can complete your graduation credits.
– Students learn the right conditions for sexually transmitted diseases reproductive system and contraceptive birth instead of "street slang".
– Sexual myths can be dispensed (for example, for the first time, they can not get pregnant).
– Studies show that many teenagers are sexually active before the education classes are involved. Principles of class involvement have proven to help students stay or stay or at least be responsible if they are active.
– Good education can have an impact on the prevention of adult sexual problems [1965:0019] – Students may still be confused or agitated on this subject. This can prevent students from laughing or making incorrect comments.
– Most education is taught as a short absence of physical education or a health department. There is not enough time to effectively connect to a serious material.
– Sexual education often contradicts the moral or religious convictions of an individual. Many schools teach not only abstinence, but also teach how to have sex safely, while many religious and family stress marriages.
– Sex education is often regarded as a "leisure" course and not a serious problem (this is a direct relationship with the fact that grades or grades can not be derived from class).
– Teachers are not always properly trained in teaching sexual education and may violate their beliefs or morals on the subject rather than pursuing the facts.
– The behavior of parents, educators, and religious leaders in the community can range from state to state, or even school.