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High Tech Sex Ed

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High Tech Sex Ed

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High Tech Sex Ed

High Tech Sex Ed

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Educators say that in-class lessons about sex ed are no longer enough to get their message out. They're turning to podcasts, video games and social networking sites to teach kids about sex. Alex Cohen speaks with Deb Levine, executive director of Internet Sexuality Information Services (ISIS) in Oakland.