In public schools, sexual health education must include information about affirmative consent. Sexual education must be evidence informed and inclusive of all students regardless of protected class (es).
The superintendent of public instruction must develop sexual health education instructional materials review tools and make them available by September 1, 2020. Provisions for exclusion from any planned instruction in sexual health education are included in the bill. Parent or legal guardians’ written request to have their child excused from this instruction must be granted.