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Florida school board green-lights yearbook page featuring student walkout protest over Parental Rights in Education law

A has overruled the superintendent’s decision to cover up a pro-LGBTQ+ page in this year’s yearbook that expressed opposition to the state’s Parental Rights in law.

Seminole County Schools Superintendent Serita Beamon had argued that the yearbook page violated district policy by appearing to endorse a walkout protest against the parental rights law, falsely dubbed “Don’t Say Gay” by its critics. The page featured pictures from a March protest at showing students waving rainbow flags and a “love is love” sign.

Beamon had ordered stickers to cover the entire page and had planned to add them to the yearbooks before they were given to students this week.

But Seminole County School Board members unanimously voted to reject her plan Tuesday night, opting instead to add smaller stickers that would not cover the words and photos on the page but would add a disclaimer that

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