A Wisconsin school rejects the Miley and Dolly duet for the class concert


Administrators at a Wisconsin elementary school where a first-grade class was scheduled to perform a Miley

Cyrus and Dolly Parton duet supporting LGBTQ acceptance said the song "could be perceived as controversial."

Heyer Elementary School students in Waukesha had prepared a rendition of "Rainbowland" for their spring concert.

But last week, school officials took the song down. Parents in the district assert that the decision was made because the song encourages LGBTQ acceptance and uses rainbows.

Administrators removed "Rainbowland" from the first-grade concert because it might not be "appropriate for the age and maturity level of the students,

according to Fox6. Superintendent James Sebert, who did not immediately pick up the phone on Monday, said. A school board was cited by him as

policy that forbids discussion of controversial topics in class. Prior to this, Sebert prohibited the display of pride and rainbow flags in Waukesha classrooms and postponed the district's work on equity and diversity until 2021.

Let's all dig down deep inside, brush the judgement and fear aside, Cyrus sings in the song "Let's All Dig Down Deep Inside" from her 2017 album "Younger Now." living in Rainbowland,

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