Citing harm to LGBTQ+ students, CHCCS is refusing to comply with a new state law

School buses await drivers outside of the CHCCS Transportation Office (Will Christensen / Carolina Connection)

The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board of Education is refusing to follow the so-called “Parents’ Bill of Rights.” That’s a law the state legislature passed last year. The board argues that two of the law’s provisions directly target the LGBTQ+ community, and could harm students. But some state leaders say they plan to force the board to comply.

Helen Wickett has the story.

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