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Having "The Talk": DCPS Tackles the Birds and the Bees

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Tyrell Garrett, 15, took this photo as part of a project for Browne Education Campus on health and his environment.
Tyrrell Garrett
Tyrell Garrett, 15, took this photo as part of a project for Browne Education Campus on health and his environment.

Having "The Talk" about the birds and the bees can be tricky for parents, but what about school personnel? WAMU education reporter Kavitha Cardoza talks with Rebecca Sheir about how D.C. Public School officials are working with school personnel on new ways to answer young people's questions about sex.

[Music: "Let's Talk About Sex" by Max Raabe from Super Hits]

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Writing Data Onto Single Atoms, Scientists Store The Longest Text Yet

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