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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Adam Tenner
Standardized test scores released Wednesday show select students in the nation's capital answered questions about disease prevention and nutrition correctly last spring at better rates than they did on the reading and math sections of their tests.
What percentage of elementary school children in the District's public schools is proficient in math? What about reading?
To be clear, the reproductive health assessment questions on the CAS exam are not a 'sex test' but a necessary component of any holistic curriculum," Mr. Tenner said.
Mr. Tenner was quoted as saying, "We are not preparing teachers or students to get good, high-quality sex and reproductive education."