Posted by on May 15, 2024 7:07 pm
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Bloomberg Law reports:

Maryland’s largest public school system doesn’t have to allow parents to excuse their kids from classroom lessons involving LGBTQ-themed books while the families’ constitutional challenge proceeds, a divided federal appeals court said Wednesday.

The parents haven’t shown they’re likely to succeed on their arguments that the Montgomery County school system’s attendance requirements violates their religious freedom, free speech, and due process rights, the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit said.

In the 2022-23 school year, Montgomery County added more than 22 books with LGBTQ+ themes to its language arts curriculum for use in the classroom. The county initially notified parents when the books would be discussed and allowed them to have their kids excused, but it later reversed that position.

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