Factors that must be taken into consideration before a similar law was mandated is knowing the populace. Understanding how most of Indiana thinks about such laws is crucial. So in order to get the law passed you'd have to make sure that more conservative and more homophobic people are on your side. This will allow for the bill to be voted on, and also so that people understand the law and why its in place.
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The people who don't think it is necessary for students to learn that topic will have a problem with it. And there will be people who think it is very important for students to learn about that topic. The state would have many many questions whether it is an elective or put into US history class. My opinion on the topic is I think it wouldn't hurt anything for the state to put it into schools, but the state shouldn't make it mandatory for students to learn. If they were to put that topic into schooling it should be its own separate class and should have teachers wanting to teach it. What if a school doesn't have a teacher that is willing to teach the course? Will that school just not have that couse?
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Some factors to be considered before Indiana could make a similar law would be parent's reactions, student's reactions and behaviors, and the teacher's viewpoint. I don't think that this should be a mandatory class. In history, books talk about what importance and impact people had, not what their sexual orientation was. I think LGBT people should be included, but I don't think that a book or class needs to go in depth about their orientation. Some parent's may have issues with the class, but parent's have always had different issues in the school system. If this were to be taught, I don't think it should be taught at an early age. I believe this could influence the children before they know who they are. Teachers have always had to teach subjects that may or may not have made them uncomfortable. There is always something new to teach so I think teachers would just adapt to the new subject. If this were mandatory, I think a lot of parents would pull their children out of the public school system because of their views or even their religion. While I don't think it's a bad idea, I don't think many people would be happy about this new subject in history class.
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There are a couple factors that must be taken in to consideration before Indiana can mandate a similar law to the Illinois law. One major factor is actual supporters of the action. A lot of people don't want to study more than they have to, especially if it is something they very strongly disagree with; like lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgenders. Another factor would be that the action needs to be recognized by powerful people as being important for our society to grow.
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Illinois recently signed a bill into law that requires all public schools to teach LGBT history. Some factors need to be taken into consideration before Indiana can mandate a similar law. One factor that needs to be considered is who will benefit from the law. In the text, State Senator, Heather Steans stated, "It is my hope that teaching students about the valuable contributions LGBTQ individuals have made throughout history will create a safer environment with fewer incidents of harassment." This means the senator believes that by passing the law, school environments will be safer, as well as there will be less incidents of harassment. Another factor that needs to be considered before Indiana signs a similar law into effect is how this might affect attendance of schools. If families hold certain beliefs, they could force their child to either skip out on days when LGBTQ history is taught, or move them to a private school. This may greatly affect population of public schools, and attendance on some school days.
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Many things would need to be changed for Indiana to put this law into effect. It would need to be altered to make it more appealing to the popular vote. The Illinois law might work there but that does not mean the exact same law would work the same way here because of the different people and their different beliefs. Another factor that would need to be taken in more heavily is the law's impact on some some religious beliefs.
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This new law would likely spark some negative feelings in the community as well as the school and parents of the students. This must be taken into consideration if Indiana were to pass a similar law to the one passed in Illinois. On top of the feelings of the people, this decision would cost money. There would need to be new textbooks, teachers to teach the class, and other materials needed for the class but as the text shows, this decision has many supporters so there would likely be funding for the class. Especially since Gov. Jay Robert Pritzker is worth, "$3.2 billion".
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The factors that should be taken into consideration is some parents may not think that"s necessary for their kids education. There may be a lot of people who would like it to be an option not mandatory. Meaning, that if a student would like to learn about that stuff then they can select that class as one of their credits. That is a touchy subject to teach and teachers may not be comfortable teaching that because it was not in their training.
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The factors that must be taken into consideration would be how the citizens react. Some people may react negatively and some positively. Indiana would have to be ready for people protesting and pulling their kids out of school. Indiana would also have to consider how much of the state will be accepting of this law. Although there might be some negative reactions, the hope is that it will include more people in history and possibly give teenagers new role models. In the future, hopefully this law comes to Indiana. Teenagers need to learn all history and have an even larger number of role models. Incidents and harassment will be a big problem at first but as time goes on, people will learn the contributions LGBT individuals have made.
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If Indiana were to enact a law similar to the law mandated in Illinois that requires history classes to teach LGBT+ history there are many factors that would need to be taken into consideration. One of these factors is the politics of the state and overall Indiana is a relatively conservative state and it would take some careful planning to avoid protests and potentially even some kids being pulled out of school.
Another thing that that would need to considered is school budgets and the fact that inevitably many underfunded schools would either need grants to afford new textbooks or they would be unable to meet this new legal demand.
Not only this, but teachers would likely need to undergo new training on how to handle teaching a topic that at this point in time is extremely controversial. Many teachers who have more traditional viewpoints would especially need training similar to that which science teachers undergo in regards to teaching evolution in schools.
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The new law that was put into bill by the state of Illinois was a huge step towards a good direction. Illinois Governor J.B Pritzker made it mandatory to teach LGBT history in all public schools. The senator thinks it's her hope that doing so will create a safer environment for the students. For Indiana to pass a similar law, a bunch of factors must be considered. The cost would be one of them since they would need to print entirely new textbooks to fit the curriculum. Another factor would be finding teachers that were comfortable enough to teach the topic. This topic goes against some people's beliefs which could cause some arguments in the state of Indiana, especially parents of the kids. Maybe some day in the future every state in US could put this law into play and help us learn more history and new topics.
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Various factors would have to go under consideration before Indiana could pass any laws like the ones in Illinois. Some teachers might feel uncomfortable speaking on this topic. They could maybe even skip over it, or just treat it unimportant which would cause controversy. Another thing would be parents and their thoughts on kids learning LGBT history. People from older generations don't except these ideas as much as the younger ones do. They could act radically and possibly remove there children from the school systems. After putting these factors under consideration, I believe that these ideas shouldn't be forced on people but it could be a choice. In schools, the LGBT history shouldn't be integrated into core classes, but could be offered as an extra class for students interested.
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Before Indiana can mandate a similar law to Illinois' LGBT History law, some factors need to be taken into consideration amongst our representatives. In order for laws to be formed, they must be signed bills. Indiana really needs to consider the reaction from religious families to this type of law being announced during today's society and the consequences of the law. According to the article written by Michael W. Chapman, "It further provides that textbooks purchased with grant funds must be non-discriminatory..." but what about the textbooks not purchased with grants? This is something that needs to be pondered over before becoming a law.
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There are many factors that Indiana would have to consider before signing the same bill as Illinois into law. The governor must consider the reactions of the families and parents and the prices of the new textbooks. The families' reactions may be to pull their student to home or private schooling. If this would be the case, public schools would have less students to teach which could be detrimental to the school corporation. The new textbooks would also be more expensive than the current ones because they are in high demand and need to be written and printed.
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There are many factors that must be taken in to consideration before Indiana could mandate a similar law to the Illinois law. One major thing that should be taken into consideration is the parents and what they want for their children. Some parents may not want their children to learn about the LGBT community, although there are some parents who would allow their children to learn about it. If they don't want their children to learn about it and the state makes them, that will make some parents mad and it could cause a lot of problems. Another thing they need to take into consideration is the books. As it states in the article, ""provides that textbooks purchased with grant funds must be non-discriminatory."" That just means they need to make sure there is parts about the LGBT community so that no one is left out. Although, there may be many factors that have to be taken into consideration, if a law were to pass in Indiana it would be helpful so that children do not feel left out and some students would be able to relate more.
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Before Indiana could mandate a law similar to that of Illinois, lawmakers would have to consider the amount of vulnerability that it places on LGBT people. The classroom would have to be a safe space to talk about LGBT topics, or else it could endanger students in this community. Although it's true that implementing this law could take steps towards a more inclusive environment, lawmakers need to ensure that it does not endanger LGBT students.
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Some factors that need to be taken into consideration is, will this actually help with harassment in the LGBT community? People may not be happy about it and they may harass the LGBT community more than they do. In the article it states that, ¨ No pupils shall be graduated from the eight grade of any public school unless he or she has received such instruction in the history of the United States and gives evidence of having a comprehensive knowledge thereof.¨ However it is not fair to push your beliefs on someone else. If they want to add LGBT history into our schools just add it as an elective.
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Some factors that must be considered before Indiana could mandate a similar law would be the safety and well-being of the students that are part of the LGBT community. The safety of the students is the foremost worry in a school setting 100% of the time. In the article titled "Illinois Governor Mandates LGBT History for All Public School", it is stated by State Sen, Heather Steans," It is my hope that teaching students about the valuable contributions LGBTQ individuals have made throughout history will create a safer environment with fewer incidents of harassment." This gives hope from the advocates for the state of Illinois that the teaching of this topic will reduce the harassment of members of the LGBT community. This is an amazing thing to believe, but schools in Indiana should thoroughly consider what the outcomes could possibly be before mandating this law in Indiana. Also the factor of how parents would react to the mandating of the law would be important to. I believe that once we consider these factors and deciding what the possible outcome would be, mandating this law would have better chances of being successful.
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Factors that must be taken into consideration before Indiana could mandate such a similar law would be offense. Is this program/ learning chapter going to cause conflict by making kids uncomfortable and angering adults? What is the relativity? Yes it is amazing certain states want to introduce more diversity to the education system but to be frank classes don't take time out to discuss how straight George Washington was so why make it a whole mission to talk about historical sexuality. If it just so happens to show up in the history books that a historical figure was married in a non hetero way then that is fine. These days schools are funding clubs called GSA (gay straight alliance) which is a place you can go to learn everything about the LGBT community. In conclusion, the gesture is amazing but it should be taken into consideration that the topic would be more suited in a "club environment" rather than taking the time out of a history class.
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Some of the factors Indiana would have to consider before requiring LGBT history classes in school are peoples beliefs, how they would react, and how it would be funded. Indiana is a conservative state, meaning people prefer traditional ideas and ways. By changing requirement in our schools it might bother some people who do not agree with the LGBT community. Some religions do not support the LGBT ways, this may cause some families to become upset that the school is teaching them about something their religion does not agree with. Lastly the article states that they will have to buy all new textbooks. This will not be cheap and we will have to figure out how books will be paid for. While we all hope for equality, we must consider all of these factors.
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There are many things to be taken into account when making laws for education such as the one in Illinois. High schools in Indiana are ready for a class that will teach them the history of LGBT individuals and groups. It will help our youth understand what people they associate with everyday are going through. One major factor to consider is what the population/parents say. If parents are upset about this being taught to their children then they might pull them out of school. Another thing for consideration is what he teachers think about putting all new subject matter into their material.
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If the law was mandated in the state of Indiana their would be some things to consider. First, it would have to be the consideration of approval rate if the law was put in place. This is because they would have to worry about parents pulling their kids from school and if their were more parents going to pull their kids out then that would show that the law may just not fit, but other things to consider would be like shown in the article. Is it a bias law and not considering others? Along with that not considering other groups. The last thing i would say that needs to be considered would be, how are you going to teacher it to the kids. If they started to teach it out of no where then those kids wouldn't be so used to it so it may start out weird, but i think in the future it could be seen as a productive chapter in our culture.
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Before Indiana could mandate a law like Illinois, of mandating public schools to teach LGBT history in class, the citizens will have to approve, and more history will have to be made, so we don't have to buy new books all the time. The citizens will have to agree to let it be taught in classes because Indiana doesn't change the laws that often. We also will need more history to be made before they put it in the books Indiana buys, the Legislatures wont buy the books, if they think that there could be changes over time, before they buy the new text books. So, I don't see Indiana mandating a law for this.
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There are a few factors needed to be taken into consideration before Indiana can put a law like the one in Illinois over the history of the LGBTQ community into effect. These factors include, but are not limited to, the other viewpoints on the topic, the religion of the students and their parents, the need to find a teacher best suited to teach such a class, and that it may have some resistance because the children will have to deal with the new rule of where "No pupils shall be graduated from the eighth grade of any public school unless he or she has received such instruction in the history of the United States and gives evidence of having a comprehensive knowledge thereof". These are just a few of the things that would need to be taken into consideration , but if they found a way to compromise with the students and parents, then it may be alright to proceed in the new teachings.
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Some factors that need to be taken into consideration if Indiana ere to mandate this law or one similar to it would be having the citizens of Indiana supporting that law. Without support of the law it would cause a lot of conflict. Making this class/subject mandatory to learn could be very contradictory for we know there are many people across the country who are fully against the idea of the LGBTQ not including the thought of having possibly their children be learning it in a history class. Making this topic an optional choice would the the most peaceful resolution of including it into our schools because of all of the contradictory in our society.
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Signing a bill such as Illinois did, there needs to be many things considered before we should do so. Indiana needs to consider how this will effect students and their views on the topic, they wold also need to consider what age they need to start including it into the schools history classes. They also need to take into consideration the community and parents will react to law that requires the teaching of the LGBTQ history in schools, some parents may love it and others could end up taking their kids out of school to avoid this topic. Mandating a law like Illinois will take a lot of consideration and needs to be fully thought through before passing the bill.
Before Indiana takes into consideration of passing this bill like Illinois did, there are multiple factors to be taken into account. One factor is how will it effect the students and the families of the students? Some families have strong religious beliefs where they don't believe in the LGBT community and might pull their children out of school and let them not go to school on days where it is taught. Another factor is how will it effect the LGBT community? Some feel strong about not pushing their beliefs on others, but some believe it is needed. Passing a law like this will take some serious consideration into hand
Theaching LGBTQ in in Indiana would not be a very touchy subject. There would be many factors to consider. Most fmailies in Indiana have a religous background. Also it would be forcing something on people that do not agree with it. Not all teachers agree with that it and if they get fored to teach it, it could be very uncomferable.
Before Indiana takes in consideration of passing a bill similar to illinois' there a few important factors to think about. One major factor is ho it will effect the school in its entirety. With this law Others are hoping for a positive look on LGBTQ history however, it is important to understand not everyone would be positive about this. Another factor is how it will effect home life. With teaching this history it could change the children's views on the LGBTQ community but, it will not change the parents.