Sunday, March 13, 2005

MCPS thinks its own sex-ed video language is 'inappropriate content'

The Board of Education's own e-mail standards classify the controversial "cucumber curriculum" as having "inappropriate content" not only for kids, but for the board members themselves.

This according to Citizens for a Responsible Curriculum, which notes that a parent used the video's exact language in an e-mail to the school board.

The parent received an automated message from the school board server which said, "The message referenced in the details below was not delivered due to inappropriate content. It surpassed the threshold set in the Adult Content dictionary."

Providing "adult content" to under-age kids is illegal.