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Democrat Tells Parent to 'Shut Up' About Child's Education

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boilerplate version of legislation that has gained traction within conservative circles at the state and federal level in recent years amid an ongoing culture war over content taught in public schools.The proposed legislation—a similar version of which was passed at the federal level by the Republican-led U.S.

House of Representatives earlier this year as well as a number of Republican states around the country—typically seek to compel school districts to publish its curriculum online, mandate parents be allowed to meet with their children's teachers, and give parents a say when schools either craft or update their policies.Critics of such legislation have said it infringes on the privacy rights of the child and potentially hamstrings educators from providing inclusive content in classrooms.

Meanwhile, others have said it could compel school districts to "out" LGBTQ+ students, potentially putting them in an unsafe environment with non-accepting parents.Hoyt, a teacher's union-backed candidate who secured a narrow victory over incumbent Republican Mark Alliegro in last year's elections, was one of those critics.When a parent emailed him to urge him to support the legislation ahead of its 195-190 defeat on Thursday, Hoyt allegedly responded to the parent and told them to "shut up," saying they lacked the expertise to know how best to run the state's classrooms."Do you know why children's results tanked during COVID?

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