Here’s what teachers, students can expect under Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law

Heading back to school is exciting for some, but others said this year is different, given the Parental Rights in Education law, deemed by critics the “Don’t Say Gay” law, is now in effect.

The head of the Orange County Teachers Union said as teachers head to school, many are still confused about what they can and can’t say in the classroom.

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Last week, Orange County Public Schools released guidelines from the

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