Florida Governor Ron DeSantis passes law requiring communist curriculum in state schools 

 On Wednesday, Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill mandating the teaching of "dangers and evils of communism" in Florida public schools, a move that is expected to assist kids in resisting college indoctrination. 

 Senate Bill 1264 establishes new requirements for the current communism history teaching guidelines and establishes a museum and institute devoted to the subject at Miami Dade College.   

 The bill specifies that the curriculum must cover the following: the rise of communism in the United States and its allies throughout the twentieth century  

 the horrors endured by other countries during communist rule, a comparison of political ideologies, and the history of communism in the US.  

 People and groups hit hard by communism can also have their voices heard in this measure, which aims to direct education in that direction.  

 Florida Commissioner of Education Manny Diaz, Jr. stated in a news release on Wednesday that "it is vitally important that every student learns about the dangers of Communism.  

 As Governor DeSantis signs this law to ensure Florida remains the bastion of freedom, I am proud to stand by his side because I know firsthand the dangers that Communism brings.  

 At a news conference in Hialeah—a city with a Cuban population of 74%—to sign the measure, Desantis brought up the failed 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion  

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