Yes, they are starting it young. Very basic things as the young end of the scale, and more detail as it goes up. The program has some flaws, in that not everyone agrees on some of the information for each age group. It is hard to say that *all* 7-year-olds are ready for the same thing, for example. Really, however, what age do you need to wait until before you teach a boy it's his penis and not his wee-wee? I mean, it's the correct, medically accurate name for a body part. Do we teach them to call their head their "neck bobble" or their "hat holder"?
A lot of the people fighting this program haven't even looked at it - they are basing opinions on distorted reports of what is in it provided by religious nuts and "family values" organizations.
Oh, of course, there are the people that say "We'll teach our kids about sex - we don't need you to!" You know what we call those people? *Really young* grandparents....