First-Grade Teacher Says Her District Banned Miley Cyrus' "Rainbowland"

From books to songs, school districts have put bans on things that limit what kids can see or hear. e.

Most recently, a first-grade teacher from Waukesha County, Wisconsin, said that rainbow-themed songs, including one by Miley Cyrus and Dolly Parton, were not allowed at her students' spring show.e.

The Freeman in Waukesha County says that Melissa Tempel, a duo language teacher at Heyer Elementary School, posted on social media about the ban.

On Tuesday, March 21, Melissa Tempel wrote on Twitter, "My first graders were so excited to sing Rainbowland at our spring show, but it has been canceled by our administration.

When will it end?" The song was on Cyrus's studio album Younger Now, which came out in 2017.

The Freeman says that Tempel worked with parents and the school's music teacher to come up with songs for the spring show. They decided to "do a theme about the world."

" She was told that the kids couldn't perform "Rainbow Connection" because of a complaint.