The Fresno Unified School District office building in downtown Fresno. Pacific Justice Institute, a conservative law group wants Fresno Unified to discipline staff who allowed The Bee to distribute an anonymous survey of Fresno Unified students about sex education, conducted with the permission of the school district, as part of an investigation into teen pregnancy rates in the Valley.
The Fresno Unified School District office building in downtown Fresno. Pacific Justice Institute, a conservative law group wants Fresno Unified to discipline staff who allowed The Bee to distribute an anonymous survey of Fresno Unified students about sex education, conducted with the permission of the school district, as part of an investigation into teen pregnancy rates in the Valley. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file
The Fresno Unified School District office building in downtown Fresno. Pacific Justice Institute, a conservative law group wants Fresno Unified to discipline staff who allowed The Bee to distribute an anonymous survey of Fresno Unified students about sex education, conducted with the permission of the school district, as part of an investigation into teen pregnancy rates in the Valley. CRAIG KOHLRUSS Fresno Bee file

Fresno Unified sex-ed battle: Small minds think alike

November 03, 2017 04:33 PM

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