Image result for Sex educationSex education is already part of the school agenda, so says President of the Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association, Devanand Sinanan.

He was responding to calls from various groups for the inclusion of sex education at all public schools in the country.

Feminist group WOMANTRA, is urging government to implement comprehensive sexuality training in all schools.

The group maintains that this will empower young people to make the best decisions for themselves, and about their bodies.

Mr. Sinanan told News power Now that school is not the only place where sex education should be taught.

WOMANTRAThe TTUTA head called on all educational groups to learning institutions to work together to ensure that sex education is understood by all youth.