Maryland to add school history lessons on LGBT, disability rights

Educators in Maryland are busy at work developing history curriculum standards regarding the civil rights battles of the LGBT community and those with disabilities. According to The Washington Post, once the standards are approved, Maryland will become the fifth state in the country to require LGBT history, joining Illinois, Colorado, New Jersey, and California. Civil rights advocates say such…


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