Parents concerned about what their children are taught in sexual education classes in California’s public schools have resources at their disposal to assert their values. Raymond Burnell, director of education at the California Catholic Conference, said “it’s absolutely critical”
The California Department of Education approved controversial changes to the state’s health and sex education framework on Wednesday, but removed five resources and books that some organizations called “sexually explicit,” including a book that explains sex to students as young
The following comes from a May 11 Santa Barbara Noozhawk article by Julie Mickelberry, the vice president of community engagement at Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo Counties: Planned Parenthood of Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis
The following comes from a February 19 Christian Post article by Leonardo Blair: President Barack Obama has proposed the elimination of funding for abstinence-only education programs run by the Department of Health and Human Services and increasing funding for other programs.
The following comes from a January 13 KQED article by Ana Tintocalis: A new state law in effect this year requires all California public school students to take sex education beginning in seventh grade. For years, sex education has been
The following comes from a Sept. 26 story in the Imperial Valley Press. [Ed. Imperial County (where Calexico is located), though heavily Democratic in voting behavior, registered the highest percentage in the state (67%) in favor of Prop 4, which
The following comes from a Sept. 1 email by one of our correspondents of the August education report of the Eagle Forum. The California Teachers Association, our state affiliate of the NEA, says it has over 300,000 members and claims