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Guidance Document Change: The guidance document "Model Policies Concerning Instructional Materials with Sexually Explicit Content" was developed in conjunction with stakeholders in order to comply with SB656 (2022).
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7/12/22  11:00 pm
Commenter: CONCERNED Parent of elementary children

Sexually explicit material has no place in schools
 

As a concerned parent of eight total children in my combined family, I want to know who, in what’s become the most untrusted and unsafe place for children to be these days, the public school system, will be deciding on what material is sexually explicit and will be shared with parents for review? There’s zero public trust in public schools and most private schools too nowadays. The education system has been hijacked by perverts, corrupt politicians and people who clearly have no idea what morals and values are or have our future Children’s well being in mind. There is an agenda that’s being pushed from pre-k to college that was missed for decades. But we’re awake now and we parents are over it! There’s no place for federal fu ding in the education system. Our federal government is a corrupt one to the core and so are these so called education and teacher unions.

Do the job you’ve been entrusted to do. Please also make sure through this document that there are certain specific actions that every school MUST take in order to ensure sexually explicit materials are correctly identified and seen by parents first. I am concerned that, unless certain minimum standards are expressly mandated (as opposed to providing examples or suggestions), many schools may find ways around what they consider to be mere guidance. 

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