￼2015 revised Sex-Ed curriculum, which can be categorized into Comprehensive Sexuality Education, is going to be implemented to the Elementary School across the whole Ontario on the coming September. The Ministry of Education argues that this curriculum was composed based on sciences and based on researches, and it would help kids by reducing teen pregnancy and STIs. Is it true ? Lets see some numbers.
New Brunswick implemented Comprehensive Sexuality Education on 2005, and the teen pregnancy increased by 39.8% in 2010 from 2006. While in Ontario, teen pregnancy is lower than both NB, BC & national level, it decreased by 7% in 2010 from 2006
The Gonorrhea infection rate among both males and females in N.B. increased steadily after 2005
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