Starting this fall, 6 and 7 year old children that attend NJ public schools will be taught lessons related to sexual orientation and gender identity.
The controversial new curriculum will be mandated for students in kindergarten thru 3rd grade.
Parents are pushing back. So are NJ Congressmen and Senators.
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NJ state sex education guidelines take effect Sept. 2022.
NJ Congressman Jeff Van Drew: parents “deserve to have a say in what their children learn in school”.
Instead of teaching our second graders about math, science, and reading, Governor Murphy is threatening the safety and security of our school children.Congressman Jeff Van Drew
Van Drew is drafting federal legislation that will require schools to tell parents if their children are being taught about gender identity and sexual orientation. “These children are young,” Van Drew said. “They are concerned with improving their reading and writing. Not learning about gender identity and sexual orientation.”
“We shouldn’t compromise the safety of our young children by allowing a child to use any restroom or changing room regardless of their actual gender,” Van Drew said.
New Jersey Senator Michael Testa believes sex education lesson plans for six and seven-year-olds is abuse. ‘Our elementary school children, who have already fallen behind thanks to Gov Murphy’s lockdowns, are learning about genitalia and gender identity? It’s abuse, plain and simple.’
Margate Parents Surprised to Learn What’s Being Taught to 3rd Grade Students:
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NJ Senator Ed Durr: “The new curriculum being foisted on us by the Murphy Administration is not only absurd and unnecessary, but it is incredibly insulting to every parent in the state.”