Senior High School Students' Perceptions Related to Pregnancy and Parenting
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The purpose of this study was to survey senior high school students to determine their knowledge about sex education, pregnancy, and parenting. Current trends in adolescent pregnancy and parenting raise concerns for parents, educators, and communities. The results of the survey indicated that senior high school students lack necessary information in relation to sex education, pregnancy, and parenting. The results of the survey, suggest the need for a comprehensive curriculum be designed as a requirement for all senior high school students.
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