The Sacramento Bee reports:
More than 200 protesters rallied Thursday outside of the state Capitol to protest the state’s push for comprehensive sex education and lessons on gender fluidity in California public schools. The rally, organized by Informed Parents of California, called for a rejection of California Board of Education’s proposed Health Education Framework, which they said teaches students too much information and too soon.
The State Board of Education will vote to adopt the Health Education Framework in May, which provides guidance for teachers and administrators on how to teach health education. “It’s important that you let the bureaucrats hear your loud voice when it comes to raising your children,” State Sen. Brian Jones, R-Santee, said to the crowd. “It’s also important that your local school boards hear about you.”