Efland-Cheeks Elementary teacher Omar Currie turns to acknowledge the applause of his fellow teachers and parents after an impassioned speech in front of the school's media review committee in the school gym Friday evening, May 15, 2015. Currie is at the center of a controversy of reading an approved gay themed fable book to kids in his elementary class. Over two hundred turned out Friday to speak to the review committee on the issue of the controversial book read to children at the school.
Efland-Cheeks Elementary teacher Omar Currie turns to acknowledge the applause of his fellow teachers and parents after an impassioned speech in front of the school's media review committee in the school gym Friday evening, May 15, 2015. Currie is at the center of a controversy of reading an approved gay themed fable book to kids in his elementary class. Over two hundred turned out Friday to speak to the review committee on the issue of the controversial book read to children at the school. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Efland-Cheeks Elementary teacher Omar Currie turns to acknowledge the applause of his fellow teachers and parents after an impassioned speech in front of the school's media review committee in the school gym Friday evening, May 15, 2015. Currie is at the center of a controversy of reading an approved gay themed fable book to kids in his elementary class. Over two hundred turned out Friday to speak to the review committee on the issue of the controversial book read to children at the school. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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