At New College of Florida in Sarasota Monday, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a measure that could change how public colleges and universities operate in the state.
The law is aimed at eliminating diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in higher education.
“DEI is better viewed as standing for ‘discrimination, exclusion and indoctrination’,” DeSantis said.
He said it has no place in public institutions.
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The law prohibits Florida schools from using state or federal dollars on programs that promote DEI.
It also eliminates college courses that deviate from the
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As every week goes by, Big Ron is moving the state of Florida way back in time. Glad I didn’t throw out my halloween cave man suit and my hunting spear….At the rate Big Ron is going, I’ll be needing (and using) both very soon!