SPECIAL REPORT: The Current State of Sex Ed in New York, Part 2 (includes link to Part 1)
With no state requirements, the nature of sex education varies wildly from Westchester to Buffalo. Controversial legislation pending in Albany could change all of that, especially for LGBTQ+ students.
Last week, in part one of our special report, we examined the current state of affairs in sex ed in New York public schools, and the implications of pending legislation aimed at revamping its requirements and making the curriculum more LGBTQ+-inclusive. In part two hear from those at the center of this issue, whose lives are affected the most: LGBTQ+ st…
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