Department of Education Public Comments on LGBT Curriculum Ends March 30! Be Heard Today!

March 27

Dear Friends,

The NJ Department of Education is drafting the Student Learning Standards to be implemented in the 2020-2021 school year. Several subjects currently under review include Comprehensive Health and Physical Education (CHPE), Visual and Performing Arts (VPA), Science, Social Studies, and World Languages.

Garden State Equality’s lesson plans inject LGBT curriculum into all these subjects! However, school districts are not required to use their indoctrination program.

Garden State Equality, a political LGBT lobbying group, pressured legislators to pass the law, launched a Pilot Program that 200 schools showed interest in, was scheduled to host the LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculum Conference at Monmouth University in May, and has been working with the Department of Education to help write the guidelines for school districts to follow.

But now it’s your turn to speak!

The NJDOE values input from parents and educators on the development of these learning standards. The deadline to submit your views is Monday, March 30. You can easily share your thoughts with the NJ Department of Education by using our Action Center.

The radical left’s sexual indoctrination should not be forced upon our children!

Facts About New Jersey’s LGBT Curriculum Mandate

  • This law violates the fundamental and constitutional rights of parents to direct the moral and educational upbringing of their children. It was written with no opt-out protection – nor protections for families who have religious and moral objections to the content.
  • This law forces radical sexual ideology and it’s indoctrination into the minds and hearts of our children – again, without parental recourse.
  • This law encourages revisionist history and teaches children that they’re no more than the sum of their sexual desires and feelings.
  • This law removed the word accuracy that was in the original bill language and replaced it with inclusive instructional material. In other words, positive feelings – not proven facts – are fundamental to the lesson plan development.

Don’t delay. Public comments end Monday, March 30. Use our action center to contact the NJ Department of Education.


Shawn Hyland
Director of Advocacy