ROCKLIN (CBS13) — The Rocklin School Board approved a controversial proposal Wednesday night.

In a narrow vote, the board approved a new curriculum that is described as more inclusive, and will include contributions made by LGBTQ figures.

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The meeting went past midnight, after hundreds showed up both for and against the measure.

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The proposal passed by a vote of three to two.