Maryland Public Schools To Teach History About LGBT, Disability Rights

(Annapolis)- Maryland public schools are set to add LGBT and disability rights to their curriculum.  The Maryland State Department of Education agreed to add new standards to the U.S. History curriculum for high schoolers to include the history of both groups.  Officials say students should be able to describe the development of civil rights for LGBT Americans.  The changes are expected to take effect in 2021 or 2022.