Parents press School Board to keep sex ed policy as is

Sep 30, 2015 by

sex ed

Stick to the status quo.

That was the overwhelming message from parents who showed up to the Clark County School District’s high-profile public hearing Tuesday night to determine what to do about sex education curriculum in county schools.

The parents, many of whom were members of the prominent anti-sex ed group Power2Parent, flooded the Las Vegas Academy auditorium demanding that the School Board support existing state law requiring parents to sign permission slips before their children are allowed to take sex ed classes.

“Let’s not fix what isn’t broken,” said Republican Assemblywoman Victoria Seaman to an uproar of applause, summing up what many in the audience came to say.

Source: In contentious hearing, parents press School Board to keep sex ed policy as is – Las Vegas Sun News

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