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Write Down What you Have Seen or Done Online that You Would Not Tell A Parent

The curriculum is called Our Whole Lives and has to be purchased, though you can see other examples at the site below.

This is from the 7-9th grade curriculum, which is on OSPI's list. https://www.comprehensivesexualityeducation.org/cse-materials-index/




Another curriculum, Our Whole Lives, same old tune.


Not age appropriate.


Not medically accurate.


Same explicit materials.


Same role-playing exercises.


And more attempts to get between children and their parents.


This lesson on social media asks students to write down something they've seen or done online that they wouldn't tell their parents about. Then they're read aloud in the group.

In other words, "don't trust your parents, trust me." Then they ask what devices they have and how they use them. That's not their business and this overreach needs to stop.



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