Flashpoint: NJ’s proposed gender and sexual education curriculum stirs controversy

Misinformation often leads to reaction – not just in New Jersey, but across the country.
The New Jersey Department of Education’s new guidelines regarding gender and sexual education curriculum caused quite a stir across the Garden State.
New Jersey politicians and others across the country were quick to jump on the curriculum as a way of saying that New Jersey has lost its way, but that’s not the whole story.
The curriculum is now on hold pending changes, and parents always had the right to opt their children out if they wanted.
News 12 New Jersey spoke with Jeannine LaRue of Kaufman Zita Group and Jeanette Hoffman or Marathon Public Affairs about the two opposing views on this controversial topic.