Through The Static

March 13, 2008

State adopts sex education standards for public school students

Filed under: Education,K-12 Education,Legislation — Tranimal @ 5:24 pm

San Jose Mercury News:

In fifth grade, students will learn about sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV and AIDS. In seventh and eighth grades, they will discuss the emotional, psychological and physical consequences of rape and sexual assault. By high school, students will be talking about condoms and even the morning after pill. California quietly adopted its first-ever set of health education standards Wednesday, following the passage of a 2004 law.

This is great! Sometimes CA can really set the standards.


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