A school district in western Nebraska has passed a resolution regarding controversial sex education standards.
The Potter-Dix Board of Education says they unanimously passed a resolution that they say will place the topic in the hands of parents or guardians.
The district claims the Department of Education's Standards promotes ideological positions on human sexuality.
The board also says they will not adopt the standards proposed by the Nebraska Department of Education saying the district will make its own decision on how best to teach its own health education curriculum.
The full resolution: