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Iowa House Passes Bill Requiring Schools to Post Curriculum Materials Online for Parent Review


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"The Iowa House on March 29 voted to pass a bill that would require public schools in the state to publish their curriculum materials and library books online for parents to view, and give them the power to request that certain books be removed from classrooms.

The House voted 60–36 to pass HF2577, which would introduce a string of changes for both parents and teachers, as well as students and the school districts.

Every Republican member of the House voted in favor of the measure except Rep. Chad Ingels, while all Democrats except Reps. Bruce Hunter and Charlie McConkey voted against it."


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