SUPPLEMENTAL RESOURCES FOR CSE

R-90 Catholic Leadership Letter

WSCC Issues Guidance From the State Bishops to "Check Reject on R-90" in November!

We can't say it enough, if you don't engage your priest, nothing will happen!  There are a lot of "pre-approved" documents here, already approved for use by the Bishops in the State.  Let's go!

Transcribed from the House Hearing on SB 5395 (4 Mar 2020)

List of the TWENTY-FIVE Rejected Amendments for SB5395

Sometimes it is easier to show people what is happening by giving them the list of amendments which were rejected by the House.  They include translating the "opt out" and curricula into other languages for parents who don't speak English, warning about the dangers of pornography and abortion, and allowing a student to opt themselves out a lesson they were uncomfortable with.

Printable "R90 Explainer" Flier

What Parents Need to Know About CSE

Reject Comprehensive SeXXX Ed!  

This flier give several reasons, based on the dangers of Comprehensive Sex Ed Curricula, voters should "Check Reject on R90" this November--presented in a single page format.  (Or you can put two per page in a landscape format."

WARNING:  IT IS ILLEGAL TO PUT FLIERS IN THE MAILBOXES!  THEY MUST BE POSTED TO A PERSON'S DOOR

SB5395 "Explainer" Document

Printout Explaining Why So Many Parents Are Fighting This Bill

This (9-page) detailed document steps those who want to learn more about the Sex Ed Law and the associated curriculum, through the reasons why this is a bad bill and we need to start over.

Printable R90 "Explainer" Flier

Restore Community Choice

Why You Should "Check Reject On R90"

This printable flier gives multiple reasons to "Check Reject on R90" based on loopholes, and shortfalls in the law, Governor Inslee signed into effect in March.  (Can be used in a single-page format or used two per page in landscape format.)

.WARNING:  IT IS ILLEGAL TO PUT FLIERS IN THE MAILBOXES!  THEY MUST BE POSTED TO A PERSON'S DOOR

Updated as of May 11th, 2020

Updated:  OSPI 2015-19 HIV/Sexual Health Instructional Materials (OSPI Reviewed Curricula List)

This is a downloaded list of curricula reviewed by OSPI from which school boards can choose to be in compliance with the State standards.  It also shows those which need modifications or are not authorized for use.

Delaying Sex Leads to Better Outcomes for Teens 

Psychology Today Article

New research examines the risks and rewards of first-time sex for young people.

Conclusion:  Overall, the results suggest that young people who delay their first sexual experience until they are a little older tend to be better equipped with social skills and are likely to make mature decisions regarding contraception and protection against disease. 

Independent Study of the Effectiveness of Multiple CSE Programs

Re-Examining the Evidence for Comprehensive Sex Education in Schools

2019

Conclusion:  "The research evidence indicates that CSE has shown far more evidence of failure than success in U.S. school classrooms and has produced a concerning number of negative outcomes. ... We recommend policymakers abandon plans for implementation of CSE in U.S. schools and pursue alternative strategies to reduce teen pregnancy and STDs."

Teen Pregnancies Fall But School Sex Ed Doesn't Work.  Huh?

Psychology Today Article

Conclusion:  So we have two studies showing that comprehensive teen sex education classes produce a slight decrease in teen sex and pregnancies (13 percent of trials), and 13 that show no persuasive benefit (87 percent).

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)

IPPF FRAMEWORK FOR COMPREHENSIVE SEXUALITY EDUCATION (CSE)

This document was downloaded from the IPPF website.  It is the written document showing the change in teaching sex ed to one focused on "sexual expression, sexual fulfillment and pleasure."

Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS)

GUIDELINES FOR COMPREHENSIVE SEXUALITY EDUCATION

SIECUS is another organization influencing CSE.  In this K-12 "National Guidelines Task Force" document you can see where they plan to lead Sex Ed, by grade level, in public schools.  (This document shows a self pleasuring teaching standard for 5-year olds.)

Erin's Law Workgroup Report from OSPI

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SEXUAL ABUSE PREVENTION EDUCATION IN WA STATE K-12 SCHOOLS

OSPI and supporters like to say that CSE is necessary and must be mandatory to help prevent sexual abuse.  That law, Erin's Law, was already passed and the OSPI workgroup already issued guidance on how to implement it back in 2019.  It can be downloaded here.

Referendum 90

Myths Vs Facts

Excellent Handout to Help You Refute the Myths About the Sex Ed Mandate

Parents for Safe Schools created a terrific handout to help you quickly discern fact from fiction on common talking points such as:  local control, age-appropriate lessons, parental opt out and medically accurate curricula.  An easily sharable two sided handout.

Catholic Leadership Letter

Letter of Support Signed by All the Catholic Bishops in WA State

Every bishop in the state encouraged support for signing the R-90 petition.  Now help us 

"Check Reject on R-90 This November."

Two-Sided, Two Copies Per Page Handout

IPOW CSE INFORMATIONAL HANDOUT

 This handout explains what CSE is, why you cannot "Opt Out" and why it is not scientific or medically accurate.

CSHE Workgroup 2019 Report

REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE

This is a downloaded version of the official report from OPSI's Workgroup on CSE (prepared by Laurie Dils, Sexual Health Education Program Supervisor).  Here is where you can find results of the OSPI survey and the list of approved curricula.

Black and White Star in Circle

Current as of 01/07/2020

OSPI REVIEWED SEX ED MATERIALS (Historical)

This is a downloaded list of curricula reviewed by OSPI from which school boards can choose to be in compliance with the State standards.  It also shows those which need modifications or are not authorized for use.

Parent's Rights In Education Document (PRIE)

THE REAL ANSWERS TO THE FAQ'S REGARDING CSE

This document is the downloadable format, put together by our friends at PRIE, of many of the FAQ's we repeatedly answer on the IPOW Facebook page.

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