A little more than 40 percent of high schools in the U. provided information to high school students on hormone-based birth control, including pills, patches, intrauterine devices, rings, implants and next-day emergency contraception.Additionally, many schools still don’t provide relevant sexual education to students who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or queer, such as materials with inclusive language.
ANZ’s analysis assumes that around half of that total will go ahead and get married if legally permitted to do so.
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In Arizona, for example, only 9.1 percent of sex ed teachers provided information to middle-school students on the importance of using condoms correctly, while 72.9 percent of educators did so in North Carolina.
Large urban high school districts seemed to fare much better.