NJ public school districts have been warned. Don’t comply with new SEX ED standards, and you could lose local control. You could also could face monitoring by the state, loss of position and, in extreme cases, loss of state aid.
That’s according to NJ 101.5 Radio.
Parents have pushed back against Murphy’s new standards of teaching mature sex topics to young students, some adult topics starting in 3rd grade.
Gov. Phil Murphy and the NJ Department of Education have warned districts that are not in compliance. They will be penalized for not following new rules. “The severity of the ramifications could vary.”
The Murphy administration has even threatened to haul towns into court.
Parent’s rights being trampled by NJ Teacher Unions and Gov Murphy’s anti-family mandates.
LGBTQIA+, BLM and DEI activists starting to control local school boards. Traditional family values being forced out. Skin color and sexual orientation more important than hard work, merit and character.South Jersey Parents Coalition
The growing problem with New Jersey Public Schools.
The pandemic highlighted problems of failed virtual learning but also politicization of masking and vaccines. Then came mandates for New Jersey schools regarding teaching LGBTQ issues and more of education was politicized. Some teachers being regarded more and more by parents as the enemy.