Missouri legislators target parental rights in curricula

Missouri Republicans gave initial approval Tuesday to legislation that says parents have a right to see the curriculum used in their child’s classroom. However, the “Parents’ Bill of Rights” measure now awaits a final vote in the House and, if passed, an uncertain future in the Senate.
 

 

 

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