Let's face the facts: condoms prevent accidental pregnancy and allow safe sex. Is this not what schools want, opposed to pregnancies and unprotected sex? Sure, there's a slight possibility that this would cause an increase in teenage sex, but as long as both the male and the female (as opposed to just the male who would have the condom) are willing to have have sex, and that they do actually use the condom when having sex, then it would be perfectly fine and safe with no risk of pregnancy, and I see no problems with that.
Weather you want to believe it or not, your teen kids do think about sex, especially males. Here is a tip for ya. When you notice you kid looking at other kids in that way (you know what way) make it a point to set some time aside to have that chat you have been dreading. At the end of the chat, hand them a gift wrapped box as a reward. Never guess what is inside. If you are too afraid to give them the chat, don''t worry, they can pick it up from the older kids at school. Seriously, If you don't know what to say, there are many resources out there to help. Much better for you to have the chat with them than have some person you don't know give them some bad information.
Minors having sex, doing drugs, commiting crimes, joining gangs or running away are all things we would not like to see them doing. So why should schools facilitate/promote any of those behaviors? All of the acts I just mentioned have risks associated with them, not just sex. Will the student be able to get free condoms for sex or free drugs or alcohol to abuse? They are told not to do drugs, not to commit crimes, not to join gangs.......And the school doesn't tell them "well if your gonna do drugs anyways here is a new syringe, here is a new pipe so that you dont have to share with anyone else and possibly catch an STD." Does it make sense for the school to say that? Well alot of people think it is ok for a school to use the "there going to do it anyway" arguement. Lets teach them about responsibility and patience.