School policy not anti-gay but anti-learning
What is most interesting to me is the policy the school is using to suspend her. Basically, anything shown to the class needs forms filled out, explaining what and why, and needs to be reviewed. Wonder how long it takes to get approval.
The quoted policy sounds like a way to ensure nothing is shown to a class. Too much bureaucracy, yes, but a great way to make sure you have a way to discipline someone to creates the slightest controversy, or get people thinking? Of course.