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Parents can file a written request with the school district or the school's principal to excuse their child from sexual health education instruction, which must be granted if requested. Based on evidence from brain research, child development, and actual classrooms, here is a road map for parents, schools, administrators, and policy makers that shows concrete and feasible steps for making schools the life raft for children who otherwise may be misunderstood and abandoned by the community.and van der Kolk, B.

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