Florida Yearbook on Hold After It Included Pages of Students Protesting Parental Rights in Education Law

Florida Yearbook on Hold After It Included Pages of Students Protesting Parental Rights in Education Law


Yearbooks from Lyman High School in Florida are on hold after the editors included photos of students protesting the state’s Parental Rights in Education law.

School district officials are concerned that the pages imply that the school endorsed the protests and are looking into options for what to do, since the copies have already been printed.

The bill, deceptively nicknamed “Don’t Say Gay,” prohibits teaching students in 3rd grade and below about “gender identity” and sexual orientation.

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Lyman High School Principal Michael Hunter said in a statement on Monday that he wishes school  officials had caught the issue prior to going to print. Instead of reprinting yearbooks with new pages, they have opted to use stickers to edit the pages.

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