New Indiana Law Requires Parental Consent Before Children Can Take Sex Education Classes in Public Schools

A new law better protects parents’ rights when it comes to the sexual education of their children in the public school system.

Liberty Counsel this month sent a letter to all Indiana public school officials reminding them of a new law that requires two written requests for parental consent before any instruction in human sexuality may be given to students.

“The law also requires that the parents have access to what is going to be taught to their children so that they can review it and make … an informed decision,” Liberty Counsel attorney Mary McAlister adds.

The law diminishes the exemption schools and libraries get from the harmful-to-minors law that allowed them to go under the radar to present students and children with explicit sexual material.

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SOURCE: One News Now, Bob Kellogg