The head of the school board in Minnesota's largest school district
said the latest proposed replacement for its policy that requires
teachers to stay neutral when issues of sexual orientation come up in
class is much better than earlier versions, but he wasn't ready Monday
night to say if he'll support it.
Chairman Tom Heidemann said he expects board to vote on
the "Respectful Learning Environment" policy at its next regular
meeting in two weeks. He declined to predict how that vote would go.
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