Milton Public Schools Paid Planned Parenthood $3,000 For Sex Ed Training

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If you pay property tax in the town of Milton, some of your tax dollars went to Planned Parenthood.

The Milton Public School District uses the Get Real sex ed curriculum created by Planned Parenthood, the biggest abortion provider in the United States — and the district paid Planned Parenthood League of Massachusetts $3,000 to learn how to teach the curriculum, an invoice obtained by NewBostonPost shows.

The invoice from May 17, 2019 shows that three Milton High School Health teachers attended a two-day training session called “Get Real High School Training of the Educator” that took place on May 7 and May 8 that year. Three Milton teachers who teach health and physical education in the school district attended it, according to records.

Both Pierce Middle School (Grades 7-8) and Milton High School (Grades 9-12) use the Planned Parenthood Get Real Comprehensive Sex Education program, according to public records.

Both the Massachusetts Family Institute and Massachusetts Citizens for Life condemned the school district for giving money to Planned Parenthood.

They both said that the organization should have nothing to do with sex education in public schools.

Mary Ellen Siegler of the Massachusetts Family Institute called Planned Parenthood “predatory.”

“Parents should be outraged that their school district brought in a predatory organization like Planned Parenthood to train their teachers how to teach sex ed. Planned Parenthood’s approach to sex ed normalizes teen sexual activity, minimizes the harms of STIs, promotes abortion, instructs students to participate in hypothetical sexual role playing scenarios, promotes harmful treatments for gender confusion, and more. Sexualized students will undoubtedly then turn to Planned Parenthood for contraception, abortions, STI treatments, and dangerous transgender hormonal treatments,” Siegler told NewBostonPost in an email message. “Parents need to ask the district why they outsourced the training of sex ed teachers to an organization that stands to profit from sexualizing their young students.”

Patricia Stewart, executive director of Massachusetts Citizens for Life, said that a pro-abortion organization shouldn’t have control over sex-ed.

“When are people going to wake up and realize that Planned Parenthood’s ‘sex education’ program is in reality an indoctrination campaign, aimed at ingratiating itself with potential clients for its abortion mills?” Stewart said. “Hopefully, parents will take a close look at the ‘curriculum’ and exercise their right to opt their child out of this pit of pro-abortion quicksand.”

NewBostonPost reviewed some of Planned Parenthood’s sex-ed curriculum in January 2020. Below is a summary:


Title:  Get Real: Comprehensive Sex Education That Works

Published By:  Planned Parenthood

 Brief Overview:  The workbooks from Planned Parenthood are recommended for middle schoolers, according to the curriculum reviews completed by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Advisory Council (which have since been deleted from the Massachusetts Department of Education’s web site). The books cover grades 6 through 8.



Grade 6

Vincent overheard his older brother telling a friend that he masturbated. Vincent isn’t sure what masturbation is.  (Lesson 6.6)


Eric’s parents are out late, and he has some friends over. Eric’s friend Greg wants to take some of Eric’s parents’ alcohol to drink. Greg tells Eric that if they all get drunk, maybe the girl Eric likes will make out with him. Eric tells Greg he doesn’t feel right about that. He says that he likes the girl but wants to talk to her when they are both sober and in control. Plus he doesn’t want to get in trouble with his parents if they find out he’s been drinking.

(Handout 6.7-3)


Grade 7

Brittany’s girlfriend wants to have oral sex with her.  Brittany really likes her girlfriend, and her friends say that having oral sex will bring them closer together.  (Lesson 7.9)


What to Do on a Date

Instructions:  Student and parent or other caring adult should set aside some time to discuss this activity together. Pick 5 of the possible dating behaviors listed and brainstorm the pros and cons of each one.

Dating behaviors: 

    • Chatting, emailing or texting
    • Going out on a date in a group
    • Dancing
    • Touching a partner under clothes
    • Hugging
    • Going to an unsupervised party
    • Watching a movie with a romantic or dating partner
    • Talking
    • Having sex
    • Kissing

(– page 21, Family Activity 7.5)


[Editor’s Note:  An older edition of the book also recommended that children as young as 12 years old use “non-microwavable saran wrap” in lieu of a dental dam for oral sex and anal sex.]


Grade 8

Although eighth graders are typically 13 to 14 years old, the workbook’s “Protections Methods Chart” teaches about the use of internal condoms. It says they “act as a barrier” but warn it “may slip out of place during vaginal or anal intercourse” and “may be difficult to insert” (page 19, Protection Methods Chart).


Milton Public Schools superintendent James Jette could not be reached for comment on Wednesday this week. Nor could a spokesman for Planned Parenthood.

Below is a link to an invoice showing the school district’s payment to Planned Parenthood:




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