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National Sexuality Education Standards, Second Edition 2020 – Adopted by all schools, but not approved by our Government. Written by organizations with a radical anti-family view. Learn more at www.protectstudenthealthga.com

Program Description: National Sexuality Education Standards, 2nd Edition were published by The Future of Sex Education (FoSE) Initiative, a partnership between Advocates for Youth, Answer, and the SIECUS: Sex Ed for Social Change. All three organizations are intricately intertwined with Planned Parenthood, and these standards contain the most radical views available on children and sexuality. The second edition has been “infused with principles of reproductive justice, racial justice, social justice, and equity” and calls for significant discussions on race, privilege, power, and systemic racism and homophobia. These updated standards include significant changes like new topics of consent, sexual orientation and gender identity. They also contain more subtle changes like the mention of sex toys used for intercourse. They teach children 4-6 masturbation, condom use for children under 9, and how to experience sexual pleasure with graphic and explicit details.
The national standards were reviewed by officials from GLSEN, Gender Spectrum, Teaching Tolerance (A Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center), Women of Color Sexual Health Network, and American Sexual Health Association. They are endorsed by GLSEN, Gender Spectrum, Sex Education Collaborative, Human Rights Campaign, and Center for Human Sexuality Studies, among others.

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All of us have a stake in our public education systems, regardless of whether or not we have children currently attending public schools. That’s why localities do their part by selecting a school board made up of local residents. Some boards are elected, others appointed. Boards also vary in size, but they typically have anywhere from three to seven members.

School boards exercise local control over education—and more than that, they articulate and pursue a community’s hopes for its young people. All school boards share a common purpose: to establish a vision for the community’s schools that reflects the needs of the students, the wishes of the voters, and the consensus of the community—and to work with the superintendent to make that vision a reality.

School Boards

  • Set the Vision
  • Advance Policy
  • Demonstrate Accountability
  • Lead the Communities

Action Steps

Attend School Board Meetings – Meeting schedules are published on every school board website. Identify, understand, and contribute to the issues being discussed. 

Run for School Board Representative – Determine when current terms expire for the representative in your district.

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Obscene material is being accessed through all public school media center databases. It is illegal in 43 states to provide obscene materials to any minor. Ironically, it’s readily available through their public school library. When students enter their filtered media database, both from school and at home, they can gain access to a wide range of unfiltered databases. Students can access soft porn, hard porn, BDSM, torture sex, erotica and more. This is accessible both in the school library and from home on the school portal. Once one child finds this material, the word is spread around to all students. Our tax payer dollars should not be used to support the destruction of our children’s values.

Action Steps

Truth in Education has steps to petition the removal of this material from our public school media centers.

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“It’s one thing to direct your own moral, ethical, and emotional development or that of your children,” said Jane Robbins, co-author of “Social-Emotional Learning: K-12 Education as New-Age Nanny State.” “But having a government vendor or unqualified public school officials implement an SEL curriculum based on coffee-table psychology is quite another.”

SEL is designed to change students values, beliefs and behaviors. Teachers conduct assessments of children’s emotional and social development, a task for which they are not trained or qualified, using assessment tools unsupported by underlying research. SEL assessments are included in children’s permanent school records, with uncertain privacy safeguards. SEL curricula, resources, and assessments may touch on private or sensitive matters without parental notice or consent.

Jane Robbins is an attorney and a retired senior fellow with the American Principles Project in Washington DC. She is a graduate of Clemson University and the Harvard Law School. She is an author, speaker, lobbyist, and researcher.

What’s wrong with schools’ teaching SEL with K-12 SEL standards?

  • Will place added burdens on teachers and reduce classroom instruction time.
  • Inevitably delves into, and may seek to change, student and family values.
  • Will necessitate breach of student and family privacy.
  • I highly subjective, especially with young children, and will result in unreliable assessments and inappropriate “remediation”.
  • Even SEL proponents oppose rating schools with SEL measures
  • Will result in inclusion of this unreliable data in the student’s eternal digital records, thus risking exposure to breaches and misuse of the data in future years.
  • Will be carried out by inadequately trained personnel.
  • Do parents know about all that’s being implemented and taught, is there an opt out provision?
  • What other questions should be asked about SEL?
  • Whose standards or criteria will be used to decide what the right answers are for SEL questions?
  • Will parents have access to the assessments?
  • How will the state measure a bias of a child?
  • What behavior is “appropriate” and to what degree?
  • How will a child be remediated?
  • Will a child have to be referred for a mental-health diagnosis if he fails any assessment?
  • How much will it cost to implement SEL standards statewide? Where will the funding come from?

Action Steps

Volunteer with Truth in Education in your state to uncover SEL in your school district!

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While most people believe the narrative of oppression as a tactic of ideological indoctrination has no place in the neutral field of childhood education, the public schooling establishment seems to have missed the memo.

Simply put, instruction in Critical Race Theory as presented in Black Lives Matter curriculum and The 1619 Project pushes American students down the road of hate. These poisonous classroom lessons immediately hook youth who are looking for meaning. The CRT revisionist telling of America’s history churns out angry activists who are eager to lead the effort to accomplish “social justice.” The twisting of true history causes students to feel unequal and undervalued, and then points them to the “oppressor” as a target.

The false narrative of CRT does not educate children, rather it weaponizes them.

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Our schools and children are under attack by over a dozen national and regional organizations, “Predators” who are using our schools as an experimental breeding ground to implement their agenda by injecting “Critical Race Theory” and the “National Sexuality Education Standards” that they themselves created and falsely presented to education authorities as a legitimate governmental approved program. Protect Student Health Georgia would like to have funding removed from these groups that are harming our children through their influence in our schools.

Action Steps

Volunteer with Truth in Education to follow the money.