SIXTH GRADERS IN GEORGIA FORCED TO TAKE “SEXUAL IDENTITY” QUIZ
Released: Monday, October 23, 2017
The Dekalb County School District in Georgia is under fire by parents after a sixth grade health teacher administered a quiz to students asking them to identify up to ten different sexual orientations. Parents had been previously assured that such topics would not be discussed during the health class, however, that's not what happened. "We're talking about a sixth grader who still watches Nickelodeon,” stated one parent. “I'm not ready to explain what these words are – nor what they mean." VAIB stands with the God-given rights of parents to direct the education of their children, especially pertaining to sensitive topics such as in this case.
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