It's Not Enough For Dems To Kill Children Physically-- But Now Also Mentally In Schools--Here's A Tool In The Fight- OPT In
Colorado Republican Party Chairman Jeff Hays described the proposed curriculum as "radical sex ed" that would "require sex-ed curriculum in Colorado public schools to conform to radical notions of sexuality and gender, while allowing classes to cover these topics without parents being notified."
Last week we saw the lostness of the Democrat Party in that Gov Cuomo of New York happily lit up the town in celebration of what is really infanticide being touted as women's choice. We also saw how a Governor of Virginia explain the process without remorse as if it's just really a very simple procedure.
It really seems so apparent that evil has been so embraced by these two Democratic Governors and they are not troubled by it. Just when it seems it can't get worse--here comes the Colorado fight against the outright teaching of perversion to kids in schools. Common Core does enough damage to the kids but the sexualization agenda wants to put a nail in the coffin to ensure kids are led toward sin.
The RNC had passed a Resolution because they saw this was going to be needed. Please share it and hopefully you still have some good leaders in your state that can be persuaded to fight for right for children.
Mrs. Betty Peters, former state board member of AL State Board of Ed warned us that there was more to Common Core than just Math and English--it's called The Common Core Standards Initiative and indeed we are sad that Sex Ed is part of it as SouthDakotan's Against Common Core found out.
Here this interview with Mrs. Barbara Moore and Betty Peters on the Common Core and the Sex Ed.
7.20.18 — REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE, Austin, Texas
RESOLUTION TO PROTECT STUDENTS FROM EXPOSURE TO POTENTIALLY UNSUITABLE CONTENT BY SUPPORTING A PARENT’S RIGHT TO GRANT PRIOR WRITTEN CONSENT FOR SEX EDUCATION
WHEREAS, parents are a child’s first and foremost educators, and have primary responsibility for the education of their children. Parents have a right to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing; (1)
WHEREAS, education is much more than schooling. Education is the whole range of activities by which families and communities transmit to a younger generation, not just knowledge and skills, but ethical and behavioral norms and traditions. It is the handing over of a cultural identity; (2)
WHEREAS, American education has, for the last several decades, been the focus of constant controversy, as centralizing forces from outside the family and community have sought to remake education in order to remake America. This has done immense damage; (3)
WHEREAS, school administrators routinely ask parents for their prior written permission for students to participate in various school-related instruction and activities, including, but not limited to: field trips, sports, and distribution of medicine;
WHEREAS, parents and their students should be afforded the same respect with regard to the increasingly sensitive and controversial nature of human sexuality instruction;
WHEREAS, much of the content in human sexuality instruction centers on contentious and sensitive issues, including but not limited to: abortion, birth control, sexual activity, sexual orientation, transgenderism, and/or gender identity;
WHEREAS, the content often includes a personal analysis or survey that reflects or influences the student’s opinions on sensitive topics such as religious beliefs and practices, sexual orientation, and/or sexual activity;
WHEREAS, most states grant an obscenity exemption that allows content that would otherwise be deemed harmful to minors to be disseminated for educational purposes, creating the potential for inappropriate content to be included within human sexuality instruction;
WHEREAS, such information, content, or ideology is most appropriately placed within the discretion of the parents or guardians;
WHEREAS, the current opt-out paradigm assumes parental consent to student participation, allowing schools to automatically enroll students in potentially explicit, sensitive, and/or controversial human sexuality instruction without prior written permission;
WHEREAS, human sexuality instruction frequently places the wishes and concerns of the parents and/or guardians at odds with those of the school district; and
WHEREAS, the wishes and concerns of the parents and/or guardians are preeminent to those of the School District and should be acknowledged by simply affording parents and/or guardians the right to grant permission for such instruction; therefore
RESOLVED, that public schools must disclose the content contained within human sexuality instruction to the parents and/or guardians of all unemancipated students and shall only enroll those students whose parents and/or guardians provide prior written permission to opt their student into human sexuality instruction;
RESOLVED, that the default shall be that no human sexuality instruction shall be provided to any student not yet emancipated without prior written consent from their parent and/or guardian, making an opt-out default an insufficient protection for either the safety of the student or the rights of the parent;
RESOLVED, that all state legislatures are encouraged to enact legislation that implements these notices and safeguards to protect students from exposure to potentially inappropriate and salacious content and to acknowledge the right of the parents and/or guardians to direct their children’s education, care, and upbringing, including their right to protect them from exposure to content they find unsuitable.
1 Platform of the Republican Party, Issued by the Republican National Committee, page 33 (2016, Cleveland, Ohio).
Adopted by the Republican National Committee, July 20, 2018