Interview: California now requiring students to learn about sexual harassment

This year, California is requiring students between the grades of seven to twelve to learn about sexual harassment.

On Mornings on Two on Saturday, we talked via Skype with Lauryn Wild, the Chair of the Instructional Quality Commission for California about the new law. 

Lawmakers credit passage of the new law to the work by teachers, parents and students. Some of the students were from Oakland Tech High School, who went to Sacramento pushing Governor Brown for better sex education.