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  • Fresno County Office of Education’s sex educator tells why teens need help making responsible decisions

    Kayla Wilson, Fresno County Office of Education's sex educator, refutes the concept that some parents and even school board members hold that sex ed will lead to more sexual activities among students. The goal, she says, is to be able to offer teens the options of making healthy decisions, and encouraging discussions between them and their parents or a trusted adult.

Fresno County Office of Education’s sex educator tells why teens need help making responsible decisions

Kayla Wilson, Fresno County Office of Education's sex educator, refutes the concept that some parents and even school board members hold that sex ed will lead to more sexual activities among students. The goal, she says, is to be able to offer teens the options of making healthy decisions, and encouraging discussions between them and their parents or a trusted adult.
John Walker The Fresno Bee