Public schools in Washington, DC, will start administering the nation's first standardized test on sex education and drug use, The Associated Press (AP) reports. Students in grades 5, 8 and 10 will take the 50-question test. School officials say the exam will help determine how knowledgeable students are about related issues prevalent in DC, such as teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections and childhood obesity.

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