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School officials say the legal challenge intrudes on their right to do their job: Students participate in the disputed lessons only if their parents sign permission slips. Critics of the curriculum said yesterday that the code covers any talk of sex acts other than those used for procreation.

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The new lessons survived an appeal last year to the Maryland State Board of Education, which determined it had no place to "second-guess the appropriateness" of the lessons. That sexual orientation is innate is a theory that has been rejected by courts in several states, Bolling said.

State code offers no further guidance.

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Bolling said the state school board had allowed Montgomery too much discretion in defining the term. Bolling said those passages violate a state prohibition against material that "portrays erotic techniques of sexual intercourse.

Opponents were unable to halt them before they reached the classroom.

Critics of the curriculum said yesterday that the code covers any talk of sex acts other than those used for procreation. Area, offered the judge further perspective.

Opponents object to language in the condom lesson about oral and anal sex. That assertion, he said, violates a provision of a state law that says school curricula must be factual. Students participate in the disputed lessons only if their parents sign permission slips.

A six-year battle over the content of a new sex education curriculum in Montgomery County schools came down to two questions posed yesterday in a Rockville courtroom: Bresler, speaking for the county board, said that Maryland affords school boards special deference in interpreting education laws.

Students participate in the disputed lessons only if their parents sign permission slips. School officials say the legal challenge intrudes on their right to do their job:

Bolling said the state school board had allowed Montgomery too much discretion in defining the term. Rewritten lessons, more tightly scripted and pruned of religious content, were introduced last year. Montgomery educators are defending the new curriculum, approved by the school board last summer, which addresses sexual orientation as a classroom topic for the first time.

That sexual orientation is innate is a theory that has been rejected by courts in several states, Bolling said. Until now, opposition has focused on the constitutional rights of Montgomery families whose religious beliefs do not abide homosexuality. Can the school board legally teach students that homosexuality is innate?

The school system began working on the lessons six years ago at the urging of a citizens advisory group, which noted that the old curriculum permitted teachers to speak about homosexuality only in response to a student inquiry.

Critics of the curriculum said yesterday that the code covers any talk of sex acts other than those used for procreation. Can the school board legally teach students that homosexuality is innate?

Area, offered the judge further perspective. And can the lessons discuss sex acts other than copulation? A first attempt to revise the lessons ended in , when a federal judge found fault with teacher materials that criticized religious fundamentalism. Bresler, speaking for the county board, said that Maryland affords school boards special deference in interpreting education laws.

School officials say the legal challenge intrudes on their right to do their job: She said critics were effectively asking the court to edit the curriculum "word by word. A six-year battle over the content of a new sex education curriculum in Montgomery County schools came down to two questions posed yesterday in a Rockville courtroom:

Bolling said the state school board had allowed Montgomery too much discretion in defining the term. School officials say the legal challenge intrudes on their right to do their job: Opponents object to language in the condom lesson about oral and anal sex.

Weast withdrew the lessons before they were taught. A first attempt to revise the lessons ended in , when a federal judge found fault with teacher materials that criticized religious fundamentalism. She said critics were effectively asking the court to edit the curriculum "word by word.

Until now, opposition has focused on the constitutional rights of Montgomery families whose religious beliefs do not abide homosexuality. A six-year battle over the content of a new sex education curriculum in Montgomery County schools came down to two questions posed yesterday in a Rockville courtroom: That assertion, he said, violates a provision of a state law that says school curricula must be factual.

Eighth-grade students had two minute lessons on human sexuality. Opponents were unable to halt them before they reached the classroom. Critics of the curriculum said yesterday that the code covers any talk of sex acts other than those used for procreation.

Weast withdrew the lessons before they were taught. A first attempt to revise the lessons ended in , when a federal judge found fault with teacher materials that criticized religious fundamentalism. That assertion, he said, violates a provision of a state law that says school curricula must be factual.

The sessions were taught in middle schools in the fall and are being covered in high schools this week.

But they have prompted a strenuous challenge from religious conservatives who see the curriculum as a one-sided endorsement of homosexuality. Rewritten lessons, more tightly scripted and pruned of religious content, were introduced last year. Until now, opposition has focused on the constitutional rights of Montgomery families whose religious beliefs do not abide homosexuality.

Tenth-grade students get those lessons, plus 45 minutes on the correct use of a condom. State code offers no further guidance.

The new lessons survived an appeal last year to the Maryland State Board of Education, which determined it had no place to "second-guess the appropriateness" of the lessons. Bresler, speaking for the county board, said that Maryland affords school boards special deference in interpreting education laws.

But they have prompted a strenuous challenge from religious conservatives who see the curriculum as a one-sided endorsement of homosexuality. That assertion, he said, violates a provision of a state law that says school curricula must be factual.



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