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The purpose of this paper is to attempt to determine what the schools are doing in the field of sex education. As the field of inquiry is great and the subject matter is one of importance, this study is limited to the elementary schools within the state of California, It is felt that through a study of this nature, one can ascertain what is or what is not being done, and whether the public schools of California are doing their part in this problem in which they are playing and ever increasing role.



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