Studies show that in some parts of the country, an increasing number of boys as young as 13 are having risky sex.
Improper -- or a lack of -- sex education in schools is part of the reason.
The costs are consequential. Risky sex can increase the incidence of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases.
Today on All Sides, current standards for sex education.
- Kevin Lorson, Professor and Director, Physical Education Licensure Program
- Dan Rice, Answers Director of Training
- Kirstin Torres, Healthy Bodies, Healthy Futures Program Coordinator at Syntero