Rebel Sleighter, left, an 11-year-old student at La Paloma Academy, and Genesis Alegria, an 11-year-old student at La Cima Middle School, express their views concerning TUSD’s proposed sex-education curriculum at the Duffy Community Center, 5145 E. Fifth St.
Rebecca Sasnett / Arizona Daily Star
Tucson’s largest school district has a new sex education curriculum, an issue that over the last year has generated both protest and support from hundreds of people.
During a meeting over video chat Tuesday, May 12, the Tucson Unified governing board unanimously approved the Family Life Curriculum, which includes sex education. With no physical meeting to attend due to the coronavirus, school closures and statewide stay-at-home orders, one of the biggest controversies the