Reading, Writing, 'Rithmetic..... and Anal Sex

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  1. CoinOKC

    CoinOKC T R U M P - 2 0 2 4


    New Jersey schools must teach middle schoolers about anal sex, pregnancy options or risk 'disciplinary action'

    One school superintendent warned schools could lose federal funding if they fail to implement new sex ed standards

    September 23, 2022

    New state-wide sex ed standards in New Jersey teach students as young as 13 years old about anal sex and their pregnancy options, and school districts that fail to comply could face "disciplinary action," or even a loss of funding.

    The standards were adopted by the New Jersey Board of Education in June 2020, and schools are required to implement them beginning this month. Amid concern from parents and school districts, the state Department of Education has warned that schools who fail to implement the new standards may face discipline.

    The state standards describe what students should learn by each grade level, and it is up to the districts to design a curriculum to adhere to the standards. By eighth grade, according to the New Jersey standards, students should "describe pregnancy testing, the signs of pregnancy, and pregnancy options, including parenting, abortion, and adoption;" and "Define vaginal, oral, and anal sex."

    By eighth grade, the students should also "develop a plan to eliminate or reduce risk of unintended pregnancy and STIs (including HIV)."

    One mother of students in the Berkeley Heights school district called the standards "harmful and offensive," adding it was difficult to find on her school’s website exactly what her children would be learning.

    The mom, who asked to remain anonymous, has chosen to opt her children out of the parts of updated sex ed curriculum she and her husband found alarming, but worried other parents in the state may be unaware of what is being taught.

    "All I’m asking for is transparency and accountability," she said, adding she hopes other parents realize there are ways to opt out.

    "I had to send quite a few emails and figure out who is in charge and teaching what to get to this point," she said, adding that it is "a lot of work for most parents."

    The superintendent of the Berkeley Heights school district, Dr. Melissa Varley, told Fox News Digital the district "presented the new PE/Health Curriculum on August 11th at the Public Board meeting. The Assistant Superintendent and PE/Health Supervisor explained in detail the Opt Out Process available to all parents."

    "In addition, all parents are welcome to personally review the curriculum guides and teaching materials," she added.

    Dr. Varley also noted that, regardless of the district’s own beliefs about the standards, New Jersey state law requires they be taught. "If we do not, we do not pass New Jersey Quality Single Accountability Continuum (NJQSAC) monitoring. If the district fails this process we may become ineligible for state and even federal funding."

    "As our government and newly appointed Supreme Court judge struggle to define ‘what is a woman,’ it gives parents like me little confidence those who write our updated state guidelines on sex ed have any business teaching my children how to safely have anal sex and about abortion. It’s an insult to parents and destructive to our children," the mom in the Berkeley Heights school district said.

    "The New Jersey Student Learning Standards (NJSLS) are mandatory for Local Education Agencies (LEAs) to implement and failure to comply can result in disciplinary action," a spokesperson for the New Jersey Department of Education told Fox News Digital. "Under [New Jersey Statutes Annotated] 18A:35-4.7, for children to be excused from any part of instruction in health, family life, or sex education, their parent or guardian must inform the school principal in writing that the instruction conflicts with their conscience or sincerely held moral or religious beliefs."

    "The New Jersey Quality Single Accountability Continuum (NJQSAC) serves as one mechanism for the New Jersey Department of Education’s (Department) compliance monitoring and self-evaluation system for public school districts (districts). The system focuses on monitoring and evaluating districts in five core components that, based on research, have been identified as key factors in effective district operations. Specific indicators in each of the five areas are self-evaluated by the district and verified by the Department. If a district scores below 80% in any of the NJQSAC areas, the district is required to create a district improvement plan to address the indicators found to be out of compliance. An assessment is made of the district’s capacity and effectiveness based on its compliance with the indicators. Following the assessment, the district is placed on a performance continuum that will determine the level of oversight, and technical assistance and support it receives in accordance with N.J.S.A. 18A: 7A-10. Dependent upon the percentage of quality performance indicators a district satisfies upon review of the improvement plan, the Department may determine whether additional monitoring or intervention is warranted, pursuant to NJSA 18A:7A-14," the spokesperson continued.
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  2. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    WHAT ???

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  3. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Monkeypox goes mainstream . . .
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  4. Mopar Dude

    Mopar Dude Well-Known Member

    I like to watch On Patrol Live on Friday and Saturday nights. They have a camera crew in Patterson NJ and invariably, each night the Patterson crew runs into the most loony people and situations by far. So much so that I have made a pact with myself to never visit New Jersey.
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  5. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Traveling the Eastern Seaboard, it's almost worth the effort to swim around it.
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  6. JoeNation

    JoeNation The ReichWing Abuser

    Wait, wait, wait....I can't tell if you are for or against anal sex. Can you clarify? o_O
  7. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Why should that matter when the thread is about educating kids?
  8. JoeNation

    JoeNation The ReichWing Abuser

    Because they are singling out anal sex here. I'm curious why they think any type of sex shouldn't be part of a teenagers education. As a matter of fact, the younger generation is far more into anal sex than previous generations and they should know the consequences of that specific kind of sex if they are having it, right?

    Generation X, people born in the early to mid-60s to early 80s, were influenced by the sexual revolution and ruled by the blowjob, while Millennials embraced anal sex.

    Back in 1992, 16% of 18 to 24-year-old women reported they’d tried anal sex. Now, it’s 40% of people by age 24.

    Data suggests 94% of women who had anal sex in their last encounter achieved orgasm. That compares 81% for oral sex and 64% for vaginal orgasm.

    The more you know.
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  9. Mopar Dude

    Mopar Dude Well-Known Member

    Whoa, whoa…. Slow the roll here. I am very much not a prudish person. I played the whole rock star game specifically for the girls, but this makes absolutely zero rational sense whatsoever….. First off, these kids all have cell phones with all manner of pornography at their fingertips. Most teenagers these days could teach most any sex-ed class…. Why should achieving orgasm even remotely be part of a teenagers education? Seriously??? American teenagers in 21st century America are well below average when compared with the level of education their peers around the world achieve….. So why then would we waste valuable instruction time on something like this?…. Just, wow. I am flabbergasted that anyone could even remotely justify this.
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  10. JoeNation

    JoeNation The ReichWing Abuser

    It's part of their reality. Regardless of what you or I or anyone else experienced at their age, it is pretty much irrelevant to their experiences.
    Sending them out into the world with decades old information that has little relevance to their experiences would be a disservice to them. I don't expect you to understand given your iron grasp of 50 year old knowledge.
  11. Mopar Dude

    Mopar Dude Well-Known Member

    I knew you couldn’t respond without your atypical low blow to close the post…… I simply have to ask this. Where then are we supposed to be teaching kids to excel? Life or the bedroom?? What’s next? How to tap the proper vein for your best heroin high? ….. No, I am not the most formally educated guy on the block, but I do know what knowledge builds young minds and what knowledge corrupts them and this is beyond rational.
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  12. JoeNation

    JoeNation The ReichWing Abuser

    First of all, I think you meant typical. Unless you meant that I rarely take a swipe at you at the end of a post. I think it is atypical on my part.

    Why do you think teaching kids about something like sex and teaching them about the ABC's are mutually exclusive? They can multi-task last time I checked. Kids need both/all types of knowledge. This topic is nothing more than a tiny portion of their health curriculum. It's not like they are taking an entire class on anal sex. What is the big deal here? What aren’t you saying?
  13. Robert Ransom

    Robert Ransom Cautiously optomistic.

    Wake up Joe. Kids cannot read, write or make change from a cash register. They know nothing of History and most rely upon their ignorant peer's "wealth of knowledge" when forming an opinion. Reinstitute the teaching of the three "R's" and stop expanding sex education topics in schools.
    And Joe, you are a InkedScreenshot 2022-01-07 at 18-17-11 A year later Partisan Lines_LI3.jpg
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  14. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    It wasn't until you started referring to it here on PL some 10 years ago that I learned what a circle-jerk was. Simply put, that's too much information @JoeNation . America doesn't need pervs like you publicizing and proliferating your hangups.

    Schools are for academic learning, not for learning the political views of their teachers, for learning which intoxicants can be tried with less risk of addiction, the ins-and-outs of sex, or how to radically transform America.

    This has gone too far . . . we can't fix the likes of you - lost cause - but we can sure as hell work on fixing the educational system.
  15. JoeNation

    JoeNation The ReichWing Abuser

    Bless your heart.
  16. CoinOKC

    CoinOKC T R U M P - 2 0 2 4

    Teachers’ unions work ‘hand in hand’ with Democrats to push ‘insane’ ideology on kids: Karol Markowicz

    September 24, 2022

    After President Biden addressed the National Education Association about "MAGA Republicans" and codifying Roe v. Wade, outraged parent and New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz slammed the president working "hand in hand" with special interest groups "even though it hurts children," and called on Republicans to run on school issues ahead of November's midterm elections, on "Fox & Friends Weekend" Saturday.


    ‘FOX & FRIENDS’ CO-HOST PETE HEGSETH: Karol, does it surprise you at all that Joe Biden's speech to the NEA had nothing to do with the 'E' in their name?

    KAROL MARKOWICZ: It doesn't, because neither party is interested in the education of children at all. President Biden continues to hand over power to this special interest group, even though it hurts children. And he let them set health policy, which kept schools closed during the pandemic, and now, instead of facing the damage that they've done, they're handed more power by this president. And parents need to understand that these unions go hand in hand with the Democratic Party to push insane leftist ideas on our kids: critical race theory, gender ideology and now this new shift to teaching kids about various kinks. It's all pushed by these union heads with the approval of the Biden administration.

    Elections matter. If you vote for Democrats, understand that you are voting for this. And my message to the Republican Party: do not forget that parents are fired up. Talk to parents. Run on school issues. This is a layup for you. Don't miss.
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  17. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Pretending to look out for the welfare of others, while soliciting their blind allegiance to your ideals, you are truly the bottom of the barrel . . .
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  18. freshmeat

    freshmeat Can't touch this

    And the ignorant continue to argue against education. No surprise.
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  19. toughcoins

    toughcoins Rarely is the liberal viewpoint tainted by realism

    Thanks for gracing us with your mischaracterizations . . . Both of them.
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  20. JoeNation

    JoeNation The ReichWing Abuser

    Aren't you special. Overtly comforting the comfortable while afflicting the afflicted makes you about as useless as a barrel of crap. Who needs you?

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