Sex education in the works

KUALA LUMPUR: Two ministries will discuss the possibility of introducing sex education in schools after it has been shown that many students are sexually active.

Deputy Women, Family and Community Development Minister Hannah Yeoh said she would meet her counterpart from the Education Ministry soon to work out details on the proposed sex education syllabus.

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