What you need to know.

Comprehensive Sex Ed Programs Promote
Gender Fluidity
the LGBT+ Agenda
Sexual Promiscuity
Progressive Organizations
Trans Lifestyle


In January 2016, California updated statutes regarding "comprehensive sexual health education". Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) is a "rights-based" approach to Sex Ed that promotes sexual "freedom" and the ability for children to exercise their "rights" as sexual beings - all at the expense of their health and safety.

Planned Parenthood and their accomplices have been busy writing new curriculum for public schools—fully in line with their desire to bring about expansive social change. These organizations are deliberate and methodical, and they, along with their allies in the public school system, aim to desensitize the hearts and minds of our youth, to normalize unhealthy and immoral sexual practices, erase biological reality, and grant unfettered access to reproductive “health care.”


Top 3 Questions

Parents and community leaders are often shocked by what is taught in public school classrooms. Here, you'll find answers to the most common questions we receive from our readers.

Is it really that bad?
Under the law, CSE must affirmatively recognize all sexual orientations, gender expressions, and sexual practices. It is explicit in its content, and promotes high-risk sexual behaviors to our children. CSE also places emphasis on sexual "freedom" and self-rule, undermining the family and parental authority. Yes, it really IS that bad!
How can I look at the curriculum?
Parents have the right to an in-person review of all materials used to teach their children in public schools. Therefore, your school district must allow parents/guardians to inspect any written, audiovisual, or supplemental educational material used in Comprehensive Sexuality/Health education and HIV prevention education. During the inspection, parents may make copies of any written educational material that will be distributed to pupils, unless forbidden by copyright laws.
Can I view curriculum by school district?
Capitol Resource Institute has sent a formal Open Records Request (FOIA) to the more than 900 school districts in California, asking each district to disclose which specific curriculum they are currently using to comply with the CHYA. Please see the map below that reflects the information we have collected thus far. We are continuing our quest to demand answers from every district, so if yours isn't yet available, please check back regularly for updated information.

CSE: Where is it taught?

The CRI team has been working around the clock to complete our CSE Map project, which will keep you informed about our fight against the dangerous agenda of the Comprehensive Sex Education (CSE) movement. CRI sent a formal Open Records Request (FOIA) to each of the more than 900 school districts in California, asking them to submit information regarding the curriculum they use to teach CSE. While many school districts have submitted the requested information, some have decided to flout the law by refusing to respond. We will continue to demand answers, so check back regularly as more requests are fulfilled.

This has been a tremendous undertaking, spanning many months, so there may be changes in the data. If you discover conflicting or differing information about a specific district or curriculum, please contact toni@capitolresource.org.  

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What's in the curriculum?

Below are excerpts from curriculum that are considered compliant under the California Healthy Youth Act. (CHYA AB 329) However, several districts supplement their curriculum with additional resources that may or may not be listed.  If you have information you would like to share, please email Toni at Toni@capitolresource.org.

Next Steps

What can I do?

Join parents throughout California in opting out your child from public school Comprehensive Sexual Education.The California Education Code § 51240 allows a child to be excused from “any part of a school’s instruction in health” that conflicts with the “religious training and beliefs” or “personal moral convictions” of the parents.

We encourage parents to exercise their right under California law to have their children excused from class when objectionable topics are being presented in all aspects of a school’s instruction in health. This includes the California Healthy Youth Act.