Empty elementary classroom during the break.
A change move a crashed, Arizona’s sex education guidelines”, and burned at the beginning of this week after an angry group of parents, lawyers, and legislators descend en masse on a Arizona Board of Education meeting to argue against what they say is the “sexualization” of children, according to local media reports.
During the meeting, which was so large that officials had to open three overflow rooms for those that the opponents of the changes, the sex-ed curriculum delivery a litany of complaints from pornography’s influence on the children’s needs, anal sex, oral sex and homosexuality in the classroom.
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The proposed changes in Arizona sexual education instructions were prompted by the removal in April of a decades-old law that banned sexual education in public schools to a “homosexual lifestyle.”
The changes proposed by a group, including the Board, officials and LGBT activists contain, remove, the language of sex-ed, that the prohibitions of the “teaching of abnormal, deviate, or unusual sexual acts and practices”, but it adds to the language, the States, sex education should be “medically and scientifically accurate.”
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The other changes include the education of children about sexually transmitted diseases and how best to prevent, to teach, and the schools, sexual education for boys and girls together, with the possibility of the education of the two sexes separately, nor are allowed.
Despite the excitement, the sexual education in Arizona is optional and parents choose whether or not you want your child to participate in the classes. The Arizona State Board of Education is not responsible for the creation of a sex-ed curriculum, it not only governs the rules of what should and should not be included. The individual school districts and charter schools are responsible for their own curriculum.