'Parental Rights' Sex Ed Bill Introduced In Idaho
Sex education in public schools is often a controversial topic. Questions of what to teach, how to teach it, and when to teach it are sensitive subjects for many parents.
For the second year in a row, Rep. Barbara Ehardt (R-Idaho) has introduced a bill at the Idaho legislature to make changes to the current system.
This year’s bill is different from last year’s, which failed in the senate education committee. Ehardt calls the new version a “Parental Rights Bill.”
Clark Corbin with Idaho Ed News covered last Friday’s introduction of the bill and joins Idaho Matters to talk more about it.
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