Orange County Schools seeks to clarify interpretation of Parental Rights in Education Act

The Orange County School Board received pushback at its Tuesday meeting during public comment for something called “camp legal.”

Legal seminars were held last week to prepare administrators for new laws, including the recent Parental Rights in Education Act.

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School attorneys recommended administrators remove LGBT “Safe Space” stickers from classrooms for grades Kindergarten through third grade.

They also cautioned employees working in grades K-3 to not wear clothing that could lead to discussions

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