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Letter to the editor – Focus schools on academics
To the editor,
I really take issue with your "opinion" article, " Wrong signal to donors " [Philanthropy Journal, 12/22/03].
How can you say that the teaching of abstinence is misguided and imply that "honest" discussion about birth control and homosexuality somehow is not?
Kids group growing
By Todd Cohen
SOUTHERN PINES, N.C. -- Boosted by a capital drive that raised $1.8 million, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Sandhills plan to add three to four clubs throughout Moore County over the next five years.
“We’ll strategically put Boys & Girls Clubs where kids from other communities can have easy access,” says Hoyt Bynum, executive director.
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Guest column – Wrong way on health
By Robin H. Allen
Community leaders should be concerned about the new Wake County health education policy [" Wrong signal to donors " , Philanthropy Journal, 12/22/03].
It requires teachers, counselors and nurses in the schools to repeat a litany of 11 messages when any “sexual issue” comes up.
Although reasonable people can disagree, there is nothing reasonable about this draconian measure that requires a counselor to talk abstinence to a child seeking help for sexual abuse. This is censorship.