Parents may remove students from Black History Month classes
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.
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 …