LSC taps brakes on anti-‘woke’ board member’s demand for teachers’ book lists
Board member Chuck Hockema says he still wants controversial check on what’s in classrooms, ‘only way that we can make John Q. Public believe that everything's all copacetic with our school system'
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LSC TAPS BRAKES, BUT DOESN’T STOP ANTI-‘WOKE’ BOARD MEMBER’S DEMAND FOR TEACHERS’ BOOK LISTS
Lafayette teachers returned from spring break Monday to word that they could set aside a request from a school board member to inventory all their books in his search to root out what he called “woke” agendas.
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