Stop Legislators from Censoring Indiana Teachers - Again

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Indiana legislators are again this year, attempting to use a broad, undefined term, "human sexuality," to censor what teachers can and cannot discuss in school.

SB 128 gives school boards the power to inject politics into classroom instruction, rather than relying on licensed teachers and administrators.

If SB 128 becomes law, we'll see classroom instruction on "human sexuality" plagued by inappropriate interference by school board members and small groups of parents who object to settled facts about human sexuality.

We know this broad language has historically been used in Indiana to censor conversations about the LGBTQ community and we need you to let legislators know that you oppose SB 128.

All students deserve a high quality and inclusive education that isn't censored by school board members' personal or political concerns.

Contact your representative and ask them to vote against this thinly veiled attempt to inject politics into classroom instruction.

Recipient Names:
Your State Representative
Indiana House Education Committee

Stop legislators from censoring Indiana teachers
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I am writing to ask that you oppose SB 128, a bill that requires school boards and other governing bodies to annually approve a number of things if the school provides “instruction on human sexuality.”

Please vote against this attempt to inject politics into classroom instruction. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

[First Name] [Last Name]

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