Get Real About Sex: The Politics and Practice of Sex Education
This book brings together views of sex education, schooling and parenthood from young people, teachers, school nurses and head teachers and considers the potential conflicts between approaches to education and health.
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Introduction Get Real about Sex
Sex gender and education Contemporary challenges and contested histories
Views from the staffroom Teachers perspectives on sex education
Sexy bodies in the classroom Pupils values and views about sex education
Healthy bodies in healthy schools Joinedup policy and the healtheducation divide
Too little too late Young mothers sex education and educational values
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