In Florida and Indiana, Republicans Are Trying To Limit What Kids Are Taught : The NPR Politics Podcast In Florida, a law limiting discussion of sexual orientation will take effect this summer. In Indiana, Republican lawmakers debated how to constrain discussion of sensitive topics, including race and ethnicity. Similar efforts are ongoing in statehouses across the country, a manifestation of the right's new focus on what and how kids are taught ⁠— something they hope will motivate parents ahead of the midterm elections.

The episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro, WMFE reporter Danielle Prieur, and Indiana Public Broadcasting reporter Jeanie Lindsay.

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In Florida and Indiana, Republicans Are Trying To Limit What Kids Are Taught

In Florida and Indiana, Republicans Are Trying To Limit What Kids Are Taught

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In Florida, a law limiting discussion of sexual orientation will take effect this summer. In Indiana, Republican lawmakers debated how to constrain discussion of sensitive topics, including race and ethnicity. Similar efforts are ongoing in statehouses across the country, a manifestation of the right's new focus on what and how kids are taught ⁠— something they hope will motivate parents ahead of the midterm elections.

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