Colorado’s Bill for Sexuality Education Passed. But What if Educators Raise Objections to it?

Measure could bring exemption requests basedon religion or free speech

One of the more controversial bills from this year’s state legislative session got introduced on the first day of the legislative session, and passed on the last day. House Bill 1032 lays out new requirements for what school districts must include — and also cannot include - if they choose to have sexuality education in their curriculums. Teaching the curriculum must include information about things such as consent and different sexual orientations and gender identities. Notably, the bill doesn’t prohibit discussion of religion, morals and ethics as part of teaching sexuality ed. But la

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