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A federal judge’s decision to block the Iowa law preventing local school boards from instituting mask mandates to control the spread of COVID-19 has put hundreds of board members across the state in a tough spot.

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DES MOINES — Iowa public colleges, school districts and government entities are prohibited from teaching so-called divisive concepts — including that moral character is determined by one’s race or sex, or that the United States and Iowa are fundamentally or systematically racist — under legislation signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Kim Reynolds.

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The Illinois Senate on Thursday passed a measure requiring public schools to include the dangers of “sexting” in sex education coursework and another lifting a ban on people convicted of drug crimes from receiving certain family benefits.

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