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The Loudoun County School Board passed a policy on Tuesday that requires schools to tell parents when sexually explicit content is in classroom curriculum.

The policy, passed 7-2, requires the school to give parents a 30 day written notice before “sexually explicit” instructional materials are taught in the classroom. The Loudoun County School District came under fire in 2021 once sexually explicit books were found in school libraries, according to the Loudoun Times-Mirror.

Under the policy, each school in the district must post any “sexually explicit” content taught or used in the classroom on its website for parents to access. Parents can opt their students out of the instructional material and teachers are required to prepare a different lesson for that student.


This is the kind of moves all these newly elected school boards need to make.
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