Yes. Students need a place where they can acquire honest information about sex and obtain the means to protect themselves against pregnancy and STDs. Counselors should both discourage sexual activity and educate and aid students in making safer choices.
55% (420 votes)
No. Middle schools should not be in the business of providing birth control, which amounts to tacit approval of sex between children. It is the right of parents, not schools, to decide how to approach the issue of contraception with their children.
33% (254 votes)
Maybe. Middle schoolers are too young to make such a potentially life-altering decision by themselves. Any form of contraception should be provided only with express parental consent.
9% (72 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
2% (17 votes)
Total votes: 763