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‘Divisive concepts’ bills elicit charges of censorship, fearmongering – and divisiveness

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Lisa Morgan is facing one of the biggest challenges in her 23 years as a teacher in Georgia. It could cost her school millions of dollars if she gets it wrong.

Georgia lawmakers are considering a package of “divisive concepts” bills that would radically change how Morgan and thousands of other educators statewide can talk about race, gender, sex, history, and other sensitive subjects in their classrooms.

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