Tallahassee Classical School principal Hope Carrasquilla was fired after parents complained that their sixth graders were "upset" after being shown "pornographic" art: Michalangelo's sculpture of "David," a 16th century Renaissance masterpiece. According to Carrasquilla, "Once in a while you get a parent who gets upset about Renaissance art" so the school usually sends a letter in advance of this particular art history lesson. This time though, the letter wasn't sent due to "a series of miscommunications."
From the Daily Beast:
Parents at Tallahassee Classic (a charter school) now want to take an advanced vote on any lesson their kids could be subjected to that's deemed "controversial," part of a growing nationwide trend to dictate education supported by Florida's own education board and the DeSantis administration[…]
Carrasquilla was given an ultimatum to either quit or be fired by school board president Barney Bishop, a self-proclaimed conservative Republican and lobbyist who said "parental rights are supreme."
(Thanks, Bob Pescovitz!)