Grandmother Sounds Off on Gender Identity Curriculum
School board members in Fairfax County, Virginia, have outraged some parents in their district after they voted to include lessons on gender identity and homosexuality in its curriculum.
The board approved the controversial curriculum on June 25, with people on both sides of the issue in attendance at the meeting.
Some parents angered by the move, allege they won't be able to opt their children out of the classes because the courses have been moved from family life to the health curriculum, which are mandatory classes.
CBN News spoke with Deborah Gibson, who has grandchildren in the Fairfax Public School District, about why she disapproves of the school board's move. Click play to watch the interview.