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From Johnny@21:1/5 to All on Tue Apr 19 15:55:18 2022
By Jessica Chasmar
Published April 19, 2022
A Maryland school board has moved to adopt a new policy on political
symbols that could ban items like the rainbow pride flag in public
school classrooms after members said teachers were "bullied" into
displaying pride flags that were recently donated by an LGBTQ group.
The Carroll County school board has voted to develop a new flag policy
that may only allow the U.S. flag, Maryland state flag and Carroll
County flags to be displayed in classrooms.
Caitlin Edmondson, a Carroll County parent, told Fox News Digital that
she found the effort "very concerning."
"The pride flags that are being forced upon teachers do not solely
represent the gay community. They also represent gender identity and transgender ideology," she said. "As a parent of a 6-year-old in CCPS,
it is very concerning that anyone would think it is OK to push these
agendas on our youngest and most vulnerable."