URGENT ACTION NEEDED
Wednesday, January 15th
 
SB 673 will be heard and voted on in the Senate Education Committee on Wednesday, January 15, 2020. The hearing is set to begin at 9:00am.
 
 
We need every concerned parent, grandparent, family member, voter and citizen to contact Senators on the committee asking that they vote YES on SB 673. And when you have contacted all of them, we need you to contact your own local state senator asking them to support SB 673.
 
SB 673 helps ensure the practice of greater transparency when it comes to curriculum used for these teachings. You see, presently, school districts do make available the curriculum content and materials for public inspection. However, most if not all districts, only allow for such inspection by parents and the public during regular district operating hours. SB 673 would make it easier for parents to view the curriculum and materials by requiring the district to have them available for inspection online. This would allow for greater access and transparency without parents being restricted to district operating hours.
 
 
SB 673 is a simple and sound approach to addressing the current frustrations, objections and concerns expressed by parents throughout the state for our youngest children. 
 
 
IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED:
 
1. Contact Senators on the Senate Education Committee today.
Politely ask them to VOTE YES on SB 673.
 
 
Senate Education Committee 
 
2. Contact your State Senator and ask them to support SB 673!
 
Need help finding your State Senator? Go to this link: http://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov/
 
In Case You Missed It
Watch the Opt-Out Movement Event
 
 
Parents can opt-out their students from the teachings of the California Healthy Youth Act (AB 329). SB 673 is asking for opt-in for grades K-6 but current law is opt-out.
 
Regardless of what else you might have heard; the California Education code provides for an opt-out for students. At the same time the interpretation of AB 329 by California’s numerous school districts is not uniform.
 
What are parents to think and what should they do about the mass statewide confusion on this issue?
 
To find out, watch the video below.
Join the Opt-out Movement
There are over 900 school districts throughout California that we have submitted a formal public records request asking each district to provide the curriculum program they have chosen to adopt and use for schools under their authority.
 
For a contribution of $100 you will help ensure we receive the complete sex education curriculum and all supplemental materials being used in one school district.
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