|Updated: 9/04 12:13 am
||Published: 9/03 10:31 am
The Tulsa Public School board will vote on whether to expand sex education in the district.
A TPS official said the board will decide if a pilot program for a comprehensive pregnancy prevention curriculum for 7th, 9th and 11th graders should begin in the fall.
The program would require parental consent for students to participate. It would be at Webster High School, Clinton Middle School, and Memorial Junior High and High schools. Local donors would fund the program.
TPS says the emphasis would be on abstinence, but also show STD rates.