The Education Ministry is taking the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transexual (LGBT) issue to the schools.
Deputy Education Minister, Dr Mohd Puad Zarkashi said, students should be made to aware of the issue at early age so that they can be prepared when entering adulthood.
The deputy minister today launched a parenting seminar on LGBT in Klang, where some 500 parents and teachers shared their views on the matter.
Fuad also revealed LGBT cases have been detected in institutions of higher learning.
"It's become more challenging as LGBT activists have formed a group with their own website or blog. They are also getting protection from law practitioners. It seems that they have become more daring to the extent of committing the act in the open and hide behind human rights issue for recognition," said Dr Mohd Puad.
"At the early stage, they might not have the tendency but because of peer pressure, they may decide to try and later get involved in LGBT. Later, they may try to influence others and we need an action plan soon to prevent this from spreading," said a teacher, Zuziana Shahuri.
She added the seminar, organised by the Collaborative Council of Parent-Teacher Association of Putrajaya Schools, taught participitants on how to detect sexual tendencies among students, and ways to tackle those who may already have been involved in such activities.