According to an article released last Thursday, Paxton cited state and federal laws that give parents access to "all written records of a school district concerning the parent's child" and "the right to inspect and review the education records of their children."
"Parents have the right to inspect and review information regarding what their child is learning and participating in while attending school," Attorney General Paxton said. "By law, public school curriculum should be fully available to the public, and parents retain their constitutional right to direct their own child's upbringing. Denying parental and public access to curriculum of any kind is a clear violation of the Texas Education Code."
The letter requests that Fort Worth ISD provide a complete copy of their human sexuality curriculum, which has been used in 22 schools since 2015, to the Office of the Attorney General.
Read the Attorney General Paxton's full letter to ISD HERE.