TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) – Changes are on the horizon for the way the Vigo County School Corporation handles sex education. This comes after the county school board approved a recommendation expanding options for students and parents.

For months now, Vigo County Schools’ sex education curriculum for 6th-9th graders has been a major topic of discussion.

“You could see that this topic was much divided. Where it was divided was over the use of that creating positive relationship curriculum,” said Dr. Rob Haworth, Vigo County Schools superintendent.

During meetings throughout the year, some parents and community members argued that the Creating Positive Relationships program or CPR was not comprehensive enough, while others spoke in favor of maintaining it.

Tuesday, Haworth recommended a new format to

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