Calif. Board Approves Sex-Education Policy

March 1987
Education Week;3/25/1987, Vol. 6 Issue 26, p2
The article reports on the approval of the new sex education guidelines by the California State Board of Education in California. The guidelines emphasizes sexual abstinence and controversial statement on homosexuality that will be adopted on teaching the students in kindergarten through 12th grade about sex, family life, and health. The guidelines also affirms the dignity of all individuals while reaffirming family values and monogamous, heterosexual relationships.


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