Family & Youth Concern Spring 2011 bulletin

The Family and Youth Concern Spring Bulletin is now online. Here are a few headings:
  • The importance of grandparents
  • Government reaffirms that primary schools are not required to teach sex education
  • Sex Education Forum attempts to redefine science curriculum in bid to impose sex education on primary schools
  • Two competing views of marriage
  • Fragile families in the US and UK
  • Let’s Stick Together: The Relationship Book for New Parents
  • Tax burden on single-earner married couples continues to rise
The bulletin is well worth reading. As ever, there is good information, sourced, and with sensible comment. Do join Family and Youth Concern which has supported the family for several decades.

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