No one needs to remind you what happens when a young person’s only knowledge of how her body works comes from misinformation passed around by peers. Or what happens when a school district fails to teach its students how to protect themselves from sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy
Sadly, it's happening more often than you think. In a recent study, many school districts surveyed were found to be out of compliance with the state's reproductive health standards.
A handful of local politicians continue to sabotage legislation that would require schools to provide medically accurate sex education to our state's next generation. It is hard to believe, but it's true. Here are the facts.
Our children deserve better. Email your state legislators and tell them to put #PEOPLEbeforePOLITICS.