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Florida Sexuality Education Programs Fall Short, UF Research Shows

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October 29, 1997
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University Of Florida
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Sexuality education programs in Florida's public high schools fall short in teaching students what they need to know to stem the high rates of teen-age pregnancy and disease, a new University of Florida study finds.

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