Education: Sex in Bronxville

Youth, receptive to novel ideas, would be spared many of the embarrassments and discomforts of adolescence if it were given early education in sex. This few people deny. Yet, in practice, sex education is usually delayed until a time when The Facts of Life occasion acute nervousness, ribaldry or disgust. In spite of the fact that this is well-known, the movement for public sex education has gone slowly, necessarily from the higher branches downwards. Last week there came evidence of its present situation. Willard Walcott Beatty, superintendent of schools in Bronxville....

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