Access to medically accurate and age-appropriate sex education is an important public right, Fresno Superior Court Judge Donald Black has ruled, casting questions on California’s current law, which does not require schools to teach comprehensive sex education in school.
Access to medically accurate and age-appropriate sex education is an important public right, Fresno Superior Court Judge Donald Black has ruled, casting questions on California’s current law, which does not require schools to teach comprehensive sex education in school. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA FRESNO BEE FILE PHOTO
Access to medically accurate and age-appropriate sex education is an important public right, Fresno Superior Court Judge Donald Black has ruled, casting questions on California’s current law, which does not require schools to teach comprehensive sex education in school. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA FRESNO BEE FILE PHOTO

Sex education for students is a public right, judge in California rules

May 14, 2015 02:53 PM

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