Parents may remove students from Black History Month classes

Parents may remove students from Black History Month classes
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Officials at a charter school in Utah said “few families” have asked for their children to be excluded from the Black History Month curriculum

A charter school in Northern Utah allows parents to exclude students from Black History Month’s curriculum, and the decision has sparked a debate.

Micah Hirokawa, The director of the Maria Montessori Academy said on the school’s Facebook page on Friday that he “reluctantly” sent a letter stating that families “can exercise their civil rights in order not to attend Black History Month at the school ” NBC News.

Google Maps Street View image of the Maria Montessori Academy

Hirokawa said “few families” had asked that their children be banned from classes in connection with Black History Month, but he declined to give the exact number …



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