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A Maryland bill could change who controls what’s taught in schools

March 15, 2023

After conservative Carroll County parents called a school health curriculum “sexual indoctrination” last year, Maryland lawmakers proposed a financial penalty for not teaching it. But in the span of a few weeks, the bill evolved into a measure that would give the state superintendent unprecedented power to take funds away from school systems if they do not comply with Maryland’s curriculum guidance.

 

 

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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