On sex education, school board clashes with women’s health advocates
Oct 31, 2016
As a sporadic source of controversy in Charleston County schools, sex education is a subject that has long made school board members squeamish and put them at odds with women’s health advocates.
“It’s all very frustrating,” said Eme Crawford, director of communications at the Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network, which advocates for medically accurate sex education in S.C. schools. “It seems like the same arguments and same problems just keep coming up in Charleston in particular.”
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