top of page

resources for parents 

Parents and community members can play an important role in advocating for high quality sex education.


Learn more about how the process works and what you can do to advocate.   

sex ed laws

What does Texas state law say about sex education in schools?

the process

How is sex education adopted in local school districts?

the standards

What are TEKS, how did they change, and what happens next?

facts & myths

Learn what the research says about sex education for our kids.

Untitled design (4).png

be informed

Sign up for our free trainings, or watch recordings of past trainings, including topics like talking with your kids about sex and healthy relationships. 

be empowered

Texas state law (Education Code 28.004) gives parents a number of rights when it comes to sex eduction.  

be engaged

Download our community advocacy toolkit to learn how you can support sex education in your child's school.

be involved

By serving on your district's school health advisory council, you can have a direct say in health education. The SHAC page on your school district's website should contain information on applying to serve.  

bottom of page