Gay teachers caucus cracks the closet door

Hansen, Gerald
August 1972
Advocate;8/16/72, Issue 92, p15
Reports on the possibility of enacting tighter guidelines on sex education to discourages the involvement of homosexual speakers in California schools. Investigations done by the State Board of Education on two schools in San Francisco Bay Area for perversion; Sufficiency of the training of the teachers regarding sex education; Discussions done regarding the issue.


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