Thursday, March 19, 2009

Sex education in Yorkshire

Isn't this what the progressives wanted?

At the same time a report by the East Riding Safeguarding Children Board a year ago disclosed that up to 14 members of staff had inappropriate relationships with pupils aged 11 to 18.

And it seems that having "inappropriate relationships" still isn't enough to get some teachers sacked let alone jailed.

Of those, seven were still teaching, although it was not made clear if they were still at the same school.

Well that's alright then.

Given the fact that progressives seem to think that more and more sex education is the only answer to rising teen pregnancy, abortion and STD rates one wonders whether these teachers are perhaps just a little ahead of the curve in providing extracurricular practical demonstrations of the subject.

Give the progressives a few more years and these teachers won't be getting jailed or sacked - this will just be "homework".

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