Minnesota school district drops anti-LGBT policy that spawned national controversy

A small step forward. Here’s hoping the school district actually walks the talk and will continue to progress forward.

From the American Independent:

Minnesota’s embattled Anoka-Hennepin School Board voted on Monday to repeal a long-held policy that prohibits discussion of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the classroom and replaced it with a policy that directs district staff to “affirm the dignity and self-worth of all students,” including those who are LGBT. Anti-discrimination groups hailed the move, while conservative Christian parents warned that the district would be overrun with “homosexual indoctrination.”

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