Public school curriculums are legitimate matters of public interest, or at least of parental interest, and they clearly are public information. So, in the normal course of things, posting curriculums online should not be controversial.

But the current political environment is far from the normal course of things, making suspect the timing of the state Senate Education Committee’s recent party-line approval of a bill to require school districts to post curriculums online.

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