The Transparency and Accountability of Youth Instructional Materials Act would require school districts in California to post sexual health and HIV education content and material online for easy review by parents. SB 673 also supports parent engagement by providing them with an active opt-in responsibility for elementary-age children (TK-6th) to participate in sexual health education. Such oversight is important for our youngest, most vulnerable children who require this increased parental supervision due to their age and the complexities of the content and materials. In addition, SB 673 would also increase protections for children in grades TK-6 by closing a loophole in the current law, under the California Healthy Youth Act. This would ensure all curriculum is medically accurate and age-appropriate. Click here to learn more.