Calif. teachers seek guidance in adhering to gay-studies law

Public schools in California are working to implement the FAIR Education Act, a law that took effect in January requiring them to include the contributions of gay and lesbian individuals, as well as minorities and those with disabilities, in lessons. New textbooks will not be available until at least 2015, and many educators say they have received little guidance on the new mandate. "Right now, it's very loose and up in the air," said high-school teacher Demitrious Sinor.

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