Florida Attorney General: Public Schools Are for Government Messaging, Not Free Expression

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Florida schools are for government messaging, Attorney General says.

  • State Attorney General Ashley Moody argues that public school libraries are not a “forum for free expression,” sparking criticism from experts.
  • Hot topics include the debate over transgender student athletes and a proposed pay raise for a district superintendent.
  • Other notable themes cover safety measures in school zones, the removal of a church advertising banner from a high school property, and the reopening of a renovated elementary school after Hurricane Ian.
  • The Flagler County school district is rearranging its school days to accommodate voting days and the full week of Thanksgiving.
  • Florida schools are for government messaging, Attorney General says

    State Attorney General Ashley Moody’s argument that public school libraries are not a “forum for free expression” has sparked criticism from experts, who accuse her of advocating for authoritarianism rather than parental rights. The debate over transgender student athletes and a proposed pay raise for a district superintendent are also hot topics in Florida education.

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    The debate continues over whether transgender students should be allowed to participate on women’s athletic teams.

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