Rights reserved to a parent or guardian of a child.
An Act to create 48.9865 of the statutes; Relating to: rights reserved to a parent or guardian of a child.
The bill reserves all of the following rights to the parent of a child without interference from the state or other government entity: [...] 9. The right to timely notice by the child's school, through a process consistent with school policy, of when a controversial subject will be taught or discussed in the child's classroom. The bill defines “controversial subject” as a subject of substantial public debate, disagreement, or disapproval and specifies that the term includes instruction about gender identity, sexual orientation, racial identity, structural, systemic, or institutional racism, or content that is not age-appropriate.
2023-2024 Regular Session
|Available for scheduling
|Report passage recommended by Committee on Education, Ayes 5, Noes 2
|Executive action taken
|Public hearing held
|Representative Macco added as a cosponsor
|Read first time and referred to Committee on Education