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(NECN: John Moroney, Gloucester, Mass.) - Sex education is taught in schools across the country, but what are students taking from these lessons? A group from Massachusetts concerned that students aren't getting enough information went looking for answers in the nation's capitol. 14-year-old Zoe Paddock is back home with her father after spending the last week or so lobbying lawmakers to support comprehensive sex education in schools. Paddock lives in Gloucester, Massachusetts and her hometown high school was the focus of international attention hen 17 teenagers became pregnant last year and some of them were reportedly involved in a pregnancy pact. Paddock went to Washington with an interfaith organization that is hoping to change the federal government's policy of funding abstinence-only sex education in schools. Meryl Baier of Promise The Children a child advocacy group, traveled with Zoe and about thirty others from around the country. Gloucester has altered its approach to sex education in the wake of the alleged "pregnancy pact." The high school's health center will now distribute condoms with parental consent. But Zoe Paddock says more work still needs to be done.