QUINCY — When a Quincy Public Schools parent raised concerns about a new state sex education law and how it would impact curriculum at last month’s School Board meeting, Kim Dinkheller was quick to offer reassurance.

Fifteen new requirements apply to all classes teaching comprehensive personal health and safety and comprehensive sexual health education.

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