Md. State Board Approves County's Sex-Ed CurriculumRead the entire article here.
By Daniel de Vise
Washington Post Staff Writer
Wednesday, July 4, 2007; B06
The Maryland State Board of Education has ruled in favor of a sex-education curriculum adopted last month for use in Montgomery middle and high schools, finding nothing illegal in the new lessons on sexual orientation and condom use, school officials said yesterday.
In a 17-page June 27 opinion, the state panel declined to "second guess the appropriateness" of the curriculum approved by the Montgomery County Board of Education. Instead, the state panel said it could reverse the county's action only if it violated the law. And after reviewing more than a dozen claims alleged by curriculum opponents, the state board found no violation.
Just because some liberal cross-dressing psychologists in the 1960's declared homosexual behavior as okay, and Congress added it to the civil rights protection, doesn't mean we have to swallow this.
Send an e-mail to the president of the Maryland Department of Education and to the Governor of Maryland.
If you have children in public schools, ask the local superintendent if they have a sex-education program. If so, request an opportunity to review the curriculum.
Please forward this to your family and friends.
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