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A federal judge agreed that the course was one-sided and issued a restraining order, and school officials later scrapped the entire course. But the county school board this year approved a revised curriculum that teaches about homosexuality and condom use, and the Maryland State Board of Education denied requests to stop the lessons.

The curriculum is slated to be taught in all county middle and high schools this fall, although opponents last month filed an administrative appeal seeking to reverse the state board’s decision.