Among other things, the bill would not allow school administrators to require instruction that teaches "one race, ethnic group or sex is inherently morally or intellectually superior to another race, ethnic group or sex."
That language is nearly identical to the wording of the Idaho legislation: "any sex, race, ethnicity, religion, color, or national origin is inherently superior or inferior." Idaho Gov. Brad Little, a Republican, signed that bill into law last week.
Other provisions of the bill would bar discussions that would make anyone feel guilt, anguish or any psychological distress on the basis of their race, sex or ethnicity; another section would and would prohibit lessons that would make a student feel responsible for "actions committed by other members of the same race, ethnic group or sex."