Sexual education has long been a topic of contention between leftist school officials and conservatives who feel the topic is best addressed at home. More and more, public schools have overridden the concerns of parents in favor of compulsory and often age-inappropriate lessons on sexuality.
Fortunately, private schools ‚Äď particularly those embracing a Christian worldview ‚Äď provide a route around such indoctrination in America. If a trend that recently started in Scotland continues, however, there might be no escape from the explicit curriculum.
Reports indicate that the Scottish Secular Society is firing back at the country‚Äôs recent decision to allow students to opt out of the objectionable lessons.
While a statement from the group acknowledges that ‚Äúsome parents, either through concern for the appropriateness of the material taught or through religious stances will wish to opt out,‚ÄĚ its ...