Amend CSHB 5 (house committee report) as follows:
(1)  On page 7, line 3, strike "seven" and substitute "six and one-half".
(2)  On page 7, line 13, strike "and" and substitute "[and]".
(3)  On page 7, line 15, strike the period and substitute "; and".
(4)  On page 7, between lines 15 and 16, insert the following:
(9)  one-half credit in health under Section 28.002(a)(2)(B).
(5)  Add the following appropriately numbered SECTION to the bill and renumber subsequent SECTIONS of the bill accordingly:
SECTION ____.  (a) Section 28.004(e), Education Code, is amended to read as follows:
(e)  Any course materials and instruction relating to human sexuality, sexually transmitted diseases, or human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome shall be selected by the board of trustees with the advice of the local school health advisory council and must:
(1)  present abstinence from sexual activity as the preferred choice of behavior in relationship to all sexual activity for unmarried persons of school age;
(2)  devote more attention to abstinence from sexual activity than to any other behavior;
(3)  emphasize that abstinence from sexual activity, if used consistently and correctly, is the only method that is 100 percent effective in preventing pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, infection with human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome, and the emotional trauma associated with adolescent sexual activity;
(4)  direct adolescents to a standard of behavior in which abstinence from sexual activity before marriage is the most effective way to prevent pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases, and infection with human immunodeficiency virus or acquired immune deficiency syndrome; [and]
(5)  teach contraception and condom use in terms of human use reality rates instead of theoretical laboratory rates, if instruction on contraception and condoms is included in curriculum content; and
(6)  contain only information verified or supported by research that is:
(A)  conducted in compliance with accepted scientific methods;
(B)  published in peer-reviewed journals, if appropriate;
(C)  recognized as medically accurate, objective, and complete by mainstream professional organizations and agencies with expertise in the relevant field, including the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the United States Department of Health and Human Services; and
(D)  proven through rigorous, scientific evaluation to achieve positive outcomes on measures of sexual risk behavior or its health consequences.
(b)  This section applies beginning with the 2013-2014 school year.