Bill would establish anti-discrimination law in public schools
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A state Senate bill currently going through the House would establish an anti-discrimination law for public schools that proponents say will better empower those facing prejudice in the classroom.
Senate Bill 263, which went before the House Education Committee Wednesday, would outlaw discrimination against people in schools based on age, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion and other reasons. It would also enable the state attorney general’s office to take action in discrimination complaints in public schools.