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Sex Ed Policy Needed In Schools



a sex education policy is needed in the nation's schools the call made once again by counseling psychologists of the trinidad and tobago association of psychologists dr. ana-maria mora dr. morrow was speaking at a joint select committee on pub on social services and public administration where the prevalence of teen pregnancies was discussed counseling psychologists of the trinidad and tobago association of psychologists dr. ana-maria mora said she submitted a proposal for a comprehensive sex education program for schools since 2003 to the ministry of education one of the things about this is that you cannot do something like this for one day or two days or three days i've been doing this for 29 years with young people and you cannot invite a professional to come and just talk their class about sex you know this has to be an ongoing thing from forum one right up to four five six regional coordinator of the Child Welfare League Cheryl Alan Ross said girls often hide the identities of the fathers well they don't know who it is she added that not enough focus is being placed on monitoring teenaged boys who impregnate guns is that this single teenage fathers not yet all fathers these single teenage fathers that never came forward they continue to impregnate other teams are going down by the time they reach in the 20s they have four or five children with different mothers this is an area that we have not yet tapped into because we didn't see a reality in it but there is a reality because they are so comfortable nobody they will not take note of the school education they continue their education miss Alan Ross said attention must also be placed on the babies of the teenaged mothers and fathers

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