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Increase in Sex Education or an Increase in Population and Disease Many students each year dread going to school because they know they are going to start sexual education I was one of them learning all of this very personal stuff from a teacher is extremely embarrassing Most of the time each grade level learns the same thing I remember learning the basics in 5th grade then reviewing it again in 7th grade Then in high school nothing changed and it was the same things I learned two previous years Not only was it the same information it was also the same type of lecture pamphlets and videos Between my time spent in fifth grade and entering my sophomore year of high school Im sure new developments in this information and also new ways to teach sex education was introduced Just a few new ideas to teach this information are through the aid of the Internet and computers traditional and of course at home All four of these ideas should be incorporated into the school curriculum especially high school to help increase the amount of sex education future students will receive Throughout the 1990s and the millennium the Internet has become a vastly used tool for research education and enjoyment Judy Hancock 2 the creator of The Healthy Student Software Collection states My job is health promotion and this the Internet is how I can reach the most people qtd in Maclean Hancock hit it right on the head with her idea Not only was she going to be teaching students the truth and myths of sexually transmitted diseases and premarital sex but she would also be reaching a broader scope of people Five years ago this idea started out as a students project for the University of Alberta The project was on AIDS in Canada Since it began the software program has branched out to 62 countries Maclean Judy Hancock
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