DeSantis Signs Education Bill to Empower Parents and Transform Schools

Florida Governor, Ron DeSantis, recently put pen to paper on a new education law that gives parents a little more say in what their kids are learning in school. The law, known as HB 1285, also aims to help struggling schools improve and become charter schools. DeSantis, always one to stand up for what’s right, explained that the law is a win for kids and their education.

“I’m all about making sure our kids are focused on the important stuff in school and not being fed a bunch of hogwash. We’ve got to keep the politics out of the classroom,” DeSantis emphasized. “With this new law, we’re setting the bar high for education excellence and leaving the brainwashing at the door.”

Now, this law doesn’t shut down the conversation altogether, but it does put a limit on how often folks who don’t have kids in the school can raise a stink about the reading material. DeSantis’ team says this tweak will help stop trouble-starters from using book challenges to stir up unnecessary drama.

DeSantis pointed out that the real issue isn’t with books that actually have no business in the school library, but with activists who are trying to make a scene where it isn’t needed. He’s fired up about protecting students and their learning, not giving in to these troublemakers.

Progressive group Pen America might say Florida’s become the book-banning capital of the world, but that’s just their spin. DeSantis wants to be clear: challenging a book at school doesn’t stop anyone from reading it at home or buying it at the store. So, really, what’s the fuss all about?

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