Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed a law that will make sexual education mandatory for students in grades 7 through 12. Here’s what led up to the law and how it’s being implemented in the classroom.

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  1. Larry Boese 2 years ago2 years ago

    I found this audiovisual very informative, but I would like to see a narrative of the script with supporting graphics that is printable.

    Also, I would be very grateful if EdSource would follow up with a story on the new Sexual Health legislation referred to in this presentation, especially in terms of what its implications are for California schools and their grades 7-12 students.

    Thank you.

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