Tories kill off compulsory child sex education law – The Times

Posted April 8th, 2010 in news by sally

“Plans for compulsory sex education in schools have been dropped in the pre-election ‘wash up’ after being blocked by the Tories. The controversial measure would have ensured every 15-year-old had at least one year of sex education lessons. It was part of Ed Balls’ Children, Schools and Families Bill, but was shelved today in the last-minute rush to get legislation through before the election.”

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The Times, 7th April 2010