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Why sex education in special education is especially important

For children with a disability or disorder, these kinds of lessons are especially important, says Nales. Girls at so-called ‘cluster 4 schools’ for secondary special education are more likely to have to deal with sexually transgressive behavior than girls at regular schools, according to research conducted today by Rutgers and STI AIDS Netherlands. More than a quarter of girls are sometimes forced to engage in intimate activities, compared to seven percent of girls in mainstream education.


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