Wisconsin DA urges schools not to teach sex education
CWN - April 07, 2010
A district attorney in Wisconsin has sent a letter to local school districts urging them not to implement the state’s new sex education curriculum. The curriculum, which districts are not required to implement, “promotes the sexual assault of children,” “exposes our teachers to possible criminal liability,” and “undermines parental authority,” according to Juneau County District Attorney Scott Harold Southworth.
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