Chlamydia Rages In Texas High School With No Sex Ed Policy

By ELISABETH PARKER, Addicting Info – Three hundred high school kids with raging hormones and a school district that provides no sexual education classes whatsoever. What could possibly go wrong? Chlamydia, for starters. NewsWest 9 reports parents of Crane High School students in the small town of Crane, Texas received some bad news. An outbreak of chlamydia — also known as “clam chowder” — forced the school to send letters home on Friday. CBS 7 adds that 20 cases have been reported so far. In a school with just 300 students, that means at least one in every 15 kids has chlamydia. Oh, and Raw Story mentions that Crane ISD “does not offer a curriculum in human sexuality.” According to the Crane Independent School District Student Handbook for 2014-2015, the district “does not offer a curriculum in human sexuality.” In 2012, the district’s School Health Advisory Committee had recommended Scott & White’s “Worth the Wait” Abstinence Plus...

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