Do you know? Are you asking the questions to find out?
Hat Tip to the South Dakotans against the Common Core who found The Common Core Sex Education Standards
Click here to read page 6, “The National Sexuality Education Standards were further informed by the work of the CDC’s Health Education Curriculum Analysis Tool(HECAT)3; existing state and international education standards that include sexual health content; the Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexuality Education: Kindergarten – 12th Grade; and the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics, recently adopted by most states.
You might say…… “We won’t allow it in our schools. We will go to the school board.”
“Specifically, the National Sexuality Education Standards were developed to address the inconsistent implementation of sexuality education nationwide and the limited time allocated to teaching the topic.” The whole idea behind Common Core is to create universal standards.
Remember this tweet from Planned Parenthood and Media darling Texas Senator Wendy Davis?
Question Parents are you okay with Tx Sen. Wendy Davis proposing to provide age-appropriate health education to students. Understand folks here is how Planned Parenthood wants access to your children. Through the education system.
In Texas Common Core is coming in the back door- by the ESC’s (Edcation Service Centers) who formed an NGOs (Non-governmental organizations 501c3) who has access to our tax dollars. CSCOPE exposed exactly how they do this. Develop a product or curriculum they can rent to the district on a yearly basis. It is a money making gold mine.
Who is behind the Sex Education Curriculum? Here are just a few-
Nora Gelperin, was the recipient of the national 2010 Mary Lee Tatum Award from the Association of Planned Parenthood Leaders in Education! http://answer.rutgers.edu/page/nora_award
Deb Hauser has been with Advocates for Youth for almost 20 years, first as Director of the Support Center for School-based Health Care, then as Executive Vice President. In January 2012, Deb became the organization’s fourth President and Executive Director, representing Advocates with the media, funders and colleagues organizations and speaking nationally and internationally about young people’s rights to honest sexual health information, confidential sexual health services and equitable social and economic opportunities.
Director of Training and Curriculum Development
Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
You might remember hearing about GLSEN and Kevin Jennings back in 2009
White House “safe schools” appointee Kevin Jennings: How he pushed the homosexual agenda in America’s schools
POSTED: Sept. 13, 2009
Kevin Jennings, now the “safe schools” appointee in Barack Obama’s US Department of Education, is a prominent homosexual activist who has devoted his career to pushing homosexuality in the nation’s schools. Founder of the nationwide Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
- Framing the issue – How the homosexual movement got into the Massachusetts schools
Landmark 1995 speech by Kevin Jennings, outlining how the homosexual movement uses “safety” as a phony strategy to pressure legislators and school officials to get homosexual programs into the public schools.
- “Fistgate” tapes – reveals what homosexual activists do with children in schools.
Caution: VERY disturbing. While Jennings was Executive Director of GLSEN, they gave this workshop in Massachusetts teaching children as young as 12 how to perform homosexual sex acts. Hear the tapes for yourself! This made national news in 2000 and three Mass. state employees who took part in it were fired. Transcript included.
- The “Little Black Book” – Hard-core pornographic homosexual “how-to” booklet given to kids at high school!
This was passed out to middle school and high school students by GLSEN at a public school in Massachusetts.
- GLSEN conference 2008 held in high school in Boston
Shows the horrors of what that organization is pushing in your schools!
“Of course educating kids to be accepting of people who are different from them is good. Nobody is opposing that. But Obama’s appointment for Safe-School “czar” and those supporting him have other agendas to undermine the efforts of parents who try to protect the innocence and morality of their children.”-Matthew Warner
I totally agree with Matthew Warner
Mary Scheel-Buysse shares “What information do the these people think is age-appropriate.”
On page 12 it says
“By the end of 2nd grade, students should be able to: Use proper names for body parts, including male and female anatomy.”
On page 14 it says:
“By the end of 5th grade, students should be able to: Describe male and female reproductive systems including body parts and their functions. Identify medically-accurate information about female and male reproductive anatomy. Define sexual orientation as the romantic attraction of an individual to someone of the same gender or a different gender.”
On page 9 under “Guiding Values and Principles”
“Instruction by qualified sexuality education teachers is essential for student achievement.”
Wouldn’t that be the parents? Who decides who is “qualified”?
“Students need opportunities to engage incooperative and active (I underlined those two words) learning strategies, and sufficient time must be allocated for students to practice (I underlined that one too) skills relating to sexuality education.”
What does that mean? Something like this?
And I just have to highlight this principle:
Students need multiple opportunities and a variety of assessment strategies to determine their achievement of the sexuality education standards and performance.
I know this is already in many of our schools. This is sex-education on steroids. You can download your own copy of the standards here.
I have only highlighted a very few of the items I, as a mom, find objectionable. You may not have any issues with the standards, principles and skills that children will be taught as a part of the Common Core Standards. I’m not asking you to agree with me. After all these are only minimum standards. Page 6 – Outline what, based on research and extensive professional expertise, are the minimum, essential content and skills for sexuality education K–12 given student needs, limited teacher preparation and typically available time and resources. I just want you to be aware of the details.
If Common Core is so wonderful, why did they bring it in the back door without legislation? Education we are paying for, without representation.
Have you ever had one of those Oh MY GOSH moments when listening to a radio show? Well that happened on the Women On The Wall radio show this morning. Click and listen to the audio and then check out the Pamphlet by the American Library Association that Education Correspondent Mary Bowen shared with us on the show here>> womenonthewall.org/wp-content/uplo…wyourrights.pdf
The Library lesson Mary referenced in the show is found in this video on Sexting. www.teachingchannel.org/videos/danger…-sexting?fd=1
So here is the question….. Parents and Teachers what are you going to do about it?
Are you willing to STAND in the GAP for the Next Generation!