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Broken Places

Sex, Teens and Public Schools

The controversry surrounding the efforts of public schools to stem the tide of early and unwanted pregnancy.

The United States has the highest adolescent pregnancy, abortion, and birth rates in the industrialized world. Sex, Teens and Public Schools, hosted by broadcast journalist Jane Pauley, investigates the causes, costs, and consequences of adolescent childbearing. This timely PBS documentary focuses on what schools can do to prevent teenagers from having babies. Presented on national public television by Thirteen/WNET in New York, Sex, Teens and Public Schools features pregnant and parenting teens along with health care providers, students, teachers, and parents involved in the controversial debate over sex education and school-based health clinics.

Golden Apple Award

Produced and Directed by Deborah Dickson & Roger Weisberg

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