Omaha, Nebraska 2021-07-25 14:06:30 –
Omaha, Nebraska (AP) — Nearly 50 Nebraska Boards of Education oppose proposals for state health education standards, including lessons for young children on gender identity and expression.
Senator Joni Albrecht said 47 school boards across the state had either adopted the resolution or sent a letter against the first draft of the standard being considered by the Nebraska Ministry of Education.
Under the proposed criteria, elementary school students learn about different types of family structures, including families of the same gender, and gender identity.
State Board of Education Matt Blomstedt said in a letter earlier this month that the school district had changes to the second draft of the standard.
He said the next draft would remove many of the obvious examples.
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