Now that we have learned about the sex-ed “research project” going on in Hawaii with the assistance of Planned Parenthood let’s see what is going on with the rest of the country. Right away we have this, from the Future of Sex Ed which doesn’t sound good:
The Future of Sex Education Project began in July 2007 when staff from Advocates for Youth, Answer and SIECUS first met to discuss the future of sex education in this country. At the time, each organization was looking ahead to the possibility of a future without federal abstinence-only-until-marriage funding [emphasis mine] and simultaneously found themselves exploring the question of how best to advance comprehensive sex education in schools.
Then voila! in 2012 with the collaboration of the American Association of Health Education, the American School Health Association, the National Education Association Health Information Network, and the Society of State Leaders of Health and Physical Education, in coordination with the Future of Sex Education (FoSE) Initiative this was born:
Of course this is all being touted as being very benign but remember it is part of Common Core.
And any one who wants to try and say this isn’t Common Core, go to 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.”
Dr. Duke Pesta talks about this 40-page “program” and tells us what it really entails.
Basically the program integrates “sex-ed” not only into health classes, but into science, math and English class as well. Which means teachers must be knowledgeable in at least four subjects even though they may have majored in only ONE in college. Below are slides taken from his presentation:
By the end of second grade:
Then by the end of the 5th grade the student should be able to:
And this is how these “standards” should be administered:
Notice the “cooperative and active” learning strategies.But not only this, students should be and are required to practice these skills:
And just how are these kids supposed to “practice” these standards”? The following slide is not from a school in an ultra-liberal area such as San Francisco but it comes from a school in a small Kansas town:
Notice how the benign nature of talking and holding hands is integrated with more “active” sexual activities. The Hocker Grove Middle School in Shawnee Kansas is quite proud of these “standards” which are not coming folks, but are already here.
In case you can’t make it out the school has this to say:
The poster that you reference is actually part of our middle school health and science materials, and so it is a part of our district approve curriculum. The curriculum it is a part of, it aligns with national standards around those topics, and it’s part of our curriculum in the school district.
There you have it folks. This is what 6-8th graders are taught about sex. And if you think you are going to be able to go to your school board and have this dumped, think again. Common Core is universal. I won’t go into all the
propagandists advisers named, (page 4) but two did catch my eye: Nora Gelperin. Recipient of the 2010 Mary Lee Tatum Award from the Associaiton of Planned Parent Leaders in Education. And Robert McGarry of the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.
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