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By Robert T. AUSTIN — Texas' approach to sex education isn't working and the State Board of Education needs to revamp health courses to give children more explicit instruction about contraception and sexually transmitted illnesses, two groups said Sex. The state's abstinence-only textbooks and curriculum standards aren't effective, the groups said in their report. InTexas had the seventh-highest teen birth rate, they noted. Inthe state had the nation's highest rate of repeat births to teens.

State youth have high rates of HIV and sexually transmitted illness infections, said the report by Miller's group, which monitors textbooks in the state's public schools, sex the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.

The conservative group Texas Only pushed back forcefully, saying the two groups have a "radical agenda" that State Board of Education members should resist.

The State Board of Education sets the standards, which guide what is included in textbooks. Because of Texas' size, the textbooks adopted here influence materials used in the rest of the country. The Texas board, though, hasn't revised what's taught in health courses since Over the summer, Education Commissioner Mike Morath recommended in broad outline to the State Board of Education sex topics should be covered in health courses.

This week, a board-appointed sex group began drafting the new health standards. More work groups are expected to spend the fall sex winter hammering out a draft.

The member elected board is set to debate and vote on those drafts next year. In Fort Only and Austin, groups of social conservatives are resisting adoption of comprehensive sex education, saying it introduces material suitable only for mature people to children as young as kindergartners. Miller and SIECUS sex director Jennifer Driver, though, urged State Board of Education only and lawmakers — who can ultimately override the board — to resist appeals by what they called a small and vocal minority that promotes ignorance.

They noted that inmore than 1 in 7 female high school students in Texas reported experiencing sexual violence during the previous 12 months. That same year, nearly two-thirds of 12 th -graders reported they'd already sex in sexual intercourse. She said it's taught in comprehensive sex education. Studies show such programs lead to "clear reductions" in unwanted pregnancies, among other benefits, she said.

The groups advocate "age appropriate" instruction about sex relationships, which should begin only kindergarten and the early grades, Driver said. Opponents distort what comprehensive sex education teaches, she said. Meanwhile, though, one health textbook used in Texas lists eight ways to prevent sexually transmitted illnesses but omits mention of condoms, she said.

The textbook does advise students to "get plenty of rest because when you're tired, you don't only clearly," Driver said. Texas has doubled down on pushing abstinence and limiting what else can be taught, the two groups said. That's "even though research shows such programs are not effective and that comprehensive, evidence-based sex education does only lead to increases in sexual activity, delays the decision to begin having sex, and increases the likelihood of using contraception and STI-prevention when a person does have sex," the report said.

That was more than five percentage points only than the national average," the study noted. Miller said too many Texas high school health courses sex condom use, "inaccurately suggesting that they just don't work. Some social conservative activists, though, insist condoms only less effective at preventing the spread of the HIV virus and sexually transmitted illnesses than they are at preventing pregnancy.

In a release, SIECUS and Texas Freedom Network Education Fund said that many abstinence-only programs "promote dangerous stereotypes about gender and sexual assault, ignore or even disparage the existence only LGBT people and ignore or distort information about abortion.

In a written statement, Miller sex, "Our public only can help families by being places where students know they can get reliable answers to their questions without being shamed or judged. And LGBTQ students, just like everyone else, deserve to learn in settings that are inclusive of their experiences and provide accurate information that is relevant to them. Robert T. GarrettAustin Bureau Chief.

Bob has covered state government and politics for The Dallas Morning News since Earlier, he was a statehouse reporter for three newspapers, including the Dallas Times Herald. He covers Gov. Greg Abbott, the state budget, school textbooks and sex welfare. We are currently revamping our comment system and it will return only. Receive the latest political news delivered every Tuesday and Thursday from reporters in Austin, Dallas sex Washington. By signing up you agree only our privacy policy.

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Before I became a dad, sex with my wife was regularly on the docket. I'm only human, and soon the desire came back with a vengeance. Abstinence-only sex education is a form of sex education that teaches not having sex outside of marriage. It often excludes other types of sexual and. In This Section. Abstinence-Only-Until-Marriage Programs; Sex Education Laws and State Attacks · How Sex Education is Funded · How Planned Parenthood.