IN THE MEDIA: Parents can benefit as much as their kids from Ontario’s new sex ed

Sex education includes both formal and informal education, so schools should not be afraid of reaching out to parents. (Shutterstock)

"Discussions of sex education should begin from the assumption that all parents are invested in their child’s education. Even when parents — conservative or liberal — have concerns about the sex education their child receives at school, they act out of love and care, not just political convictions," says associate professor Jen Gilbert in an recent article that she wrote for the Conversation Canada.

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