by Micaiah Bilger, LifeNews.com
A Michigan school district says it will not use a Planned Parenthood sex education program for students after its plan to work with the abortion chain sparked a strong public outcry.
The NPR Michigan affiliate reports Saline Area Schools, located south of Ann Arbor, recently asked local residents for their opinions about a proposal to allow Planned Parenthood-trained teens to teach sex education to students at its schools.
This week, school officials said they abandoned the proposal because of the overwhelmingly negative responses they received from the public.
“… it is very apparent that moving forward with any Planned Parenthood connected curriculum, at this time, would be too divisive in the Saline Area Schools,” Superintendent Steve Laatsch said in a statement.
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