Sen. Kruse has introduced SB 65 regarding instruction about human sexuality in school. Schools would be required to make available to parents any instructional material on human sexuality “including sexual activity, sexual orientation, and gender identity.”
A school may not provide a student with instruction on human sexuality, including sexual activity, sexual orientation, or gender identity, unless the parent of the student or the student, if the student is an adult or an emancipated minor, has provided the school with written consent for the instruction. A consent form provided to a parent of a student or a student under this subsection must accurately reflect the contents and nature of the instruction on human sexuality that will be provided to the student.
I predict that the kids who are most in need of instruction on these subjects are probably going to be the ones with the parents who are least likely to consent to the instruction.