Sex Education Study

It turns out that there is a great deal of agreement on the controversial topic of sex education. Most Americans think sex ed does belong in school and that abstinence should be part of the message. But try to define abstinence and consensus breaks down. Join NPR's Neal Conan and his guests to discuss a new NPR-Kaiser-Kennedy School poll.

Guests:

Marc Rosenbaum
*NPR senior editor of NPR/Kaiser/Kennedy School Poll

Kay Hymowitz
*Contributing editor to City Journal
*Author of Ready or Not: What Happens When We Treat Children as Small Adults

Sarah Brown
*Director of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

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