The sex education textbook discussion continues Thursday for the Miami-Dade School Board, a week after it voted to disallow two controversial textbooks in the classroom.
Some parents said they were concerned about the books titled, “Comprehensive Health Skills.” The two separate textbooks are designed for middle and high schools.
“It goes into details about medical procedures such as abortion,” said Alex Serrano, the county director for County Citizens Defending Freedom, the conservative organization that has highlighted a number of examples in the textbooks they believe are inappropriate, especially for middle school-aged children.
County Citizens Defending Freedom cited a textbook excerpt from chapter 20 and page 653 in
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