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  • Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics

    A Rocklin school board discussed policies on dealing with potentially controversial topics after a book about a transgender child, read during a kindergarten story time, created a furor this summer. Parents, teachers and policy advocates packed Monday night's board meeting.

Parents and educators voice opinions on the teaching of controversial topics

A Rocklin school board discussed policies on dealing with potentially controversial topics after a book about a transgender child, read during a kindergarten story time, created a furor this summer. Parents, teachers and policy advocates packed Monday night's board meeting.
Jose Luis Villegas The Sacramento Bee