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As leader of the district, Superintendent Sue Myers is well aware
of the challenges facing educators, students and parents when it
comes to sex education -- Who teaches? When to teach? What to
teach? How to teach? "The belief is the parents are the ones who
should be teaching this," Myers said. "Any (other) sex education
would have to be approved by the school board."


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