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Democrats push bill requiring school districts to post new sex ed curriculum online

Democrats in the state Senate are pushing a bill forward, hoping to alleviate parents' concerns about the new sex education standards.

News 12 Staff

May 10, 2022, 9:20 AM

Updated 770 days ago

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Democrats in the state Senate are pushing a bill forward, hoping to alleviate parents' concerns about the new sex education standards.
The bill mandates school districts post their new curriculums online this summer, allowing parents to ask questions -- or opt their child out. 
But Republicans are calling for the standards to be repealed all together.



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