Florida School Board Implements Sex Ed Curriculum for 12-Year-Olds, Despite Parent Pushback

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A Florida school board approved a new sexual education curriculum that teaches 12-year-olds about the purpose of condoms.

The curriculum and specific lesson plans are accessible to parents of the district for viewing, which is required by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ HB 1467 to add transparency. The sexual education curriculum spans three years, beginning with seventh grade, and teaches students how “pregnancy occurs,” how to use condoms, and other sexual health practices, according to a district overview.



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