The Omaha Public Schools board will vote on updating the district's sex education curriculum Wednesday.
OPS has received a lot of feedback about the proposal. The Nebraskans For Founders Values group opposes the changes.
Parents with concerns about the new lessons, which can include emergency contraception, abortion, LGBTQ issues and more, can opt their children out.
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The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. at the Teacher Administrative Center.