In MA: “Reach kids…before it’s too late”
In an op-ed from the Boston Herald, we learn the following:
Pay attention parents! It’s spring. And before you know it, Massachusetts public schools will begin their yearly sex-ed lessons for kids as young as 5.
Of course, they won’t call it “sex ed.” They’ll call it “health.” But a rose by any other name is still a rose….
Indeed, when specifically asked why the school presents lessons on HIV in the third grade, rather than in middle school, one school administrator made this shocking admission:
“The goal is to reach kids before they absorb their parents’ values. By middle school it’s too late.” (emphasis added)
Read the whole thing.