USA: Miley Cyrus’ song banned from elementary school
According to school authorities, the singer’s subject matter is “controversial”, which makes her unsuitable for her students
in a Wisconsin elementary school One of the teachers named Temple, according to information from CNN, forbade his students to be in the first year Learn the song “Rainbowland”Posted by Miley Cyrus as part of the Mother’s Day celebration.
the topic Approved by Temple and his assistant teacher and students They are starting to learn the song along with two others from “Here Comes the Sun” by the Beatles, and “It’s a Small World” from the Disney soundtrack.
However, the address banned for being “controversial”, Despite the fact that the children and Professor Temple himself agreed that it was a song He defends the idea of existence and a sense of freedom.
Wouldn’t it be nice to live in heaven?Where are we free to be exactly who we are? ” Cyrus and Barton sing in this subject. “Living in Rainbow Land, where you and I walk side by side. Oh, I’d be lying if I said it was that good, All the pain and hate here“.
Per Waukesha School District Policy, A “disputed matter” is one that “may be the subject of intense public debate Or it may have “political, social, personal and/or societal impacts” among other criteria.
In addition, Professor Temple also revealed to CNN Their concern is that this is another one of the efforts In order to eliminate expression of the LGBTQ community in classrooms, he made it clear that school district officials have Try removing other references to rainbows in schools.
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