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In lawsuit, parents say schools ignore their beliefs

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / May 4, 2006

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LEXINGTON -- At the center of a federal lawsuit filed last week by two sets of Lexington parents over the discussion of homosexuality in public elementary schools is the question: Do parents or public schools have the final say in deciding what morals, values, and principles should be taught to children, and at what age should those lessons take place? (Full article: 945 words)

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