Florida students are getting an unfortunate lesson in institutional bigotry as they return to the classroom this school year, as the state’s “Parental Rights in Education” law, a.k.a.
the “Don’t Say Gay” law, continues to do damage.Next up on the chopping block? The Miami-Dade School Board — representing the state’s largest district — will soon vote on whether teaching LGBTQ history is “age appropriate” for high school seniors.The nine board members will decided whether Miami-Dade schools are allowed to include two landmark LGBTQ rights supreme court cases in 12th-grade social studies classes.
They’ll also vote on whether the district, responsible for educating over 334,000 students, will recognize October as LGBTQ History Month.Related: Val Demings continues to kick major ass in Florida and Marco Rubio is no doubt running scaredThe cases in question are Obergefell v.
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