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Repeals requirement that schools prohibit instructional materials that discriminate against persons based on their gender, religion, sexual orientation, disabilities, or other characteristics. Repeals requirements that school instructional materials recognize societal contributions of various groups to the economic, political, and social development of California and the United States. Prohibits exclusion of a historical figure from instructional materials solely on the basis that the historical figure is a member in, or possesses a characteristic associated with, a specified protected group.Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local government: This measure would not impose additional costs on school districts.
Jack Hibbs, Rochelle L. Lara, John M. Song, Galina Bondar, Thomas Mui c/o Karen England (916) 591-8099
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Education. Repeals Non-Discrimination Requirements for School Instruction. Narrows Requirement that Students Study Role and Contributions of Various Groups. Initiative Statute. California Initiative 1573 (2012).