This is an excerpt from DeSantis' "Stop Woke Act" and is part of one of the longest run-on sentences that I ever encountered---it goes on seemingly forever. See the link. Basically it says that students cannot be taught and expected to pass examinations that discuss past discriminatory policies, institutions or customs that may have an impact on people today.
2 An act relating to individual freedom; amending s.
3 760.10, F.S.; providing that subjecting any
4 individual, as a condition of employment, membership,
5 certification, licensing, credentialing, or passing an
6 examination, to training, instruction, or any other
7 required activity that espouses, promotes, advances,
8 inculcates, or compels such individual to believe
9 specified concepts constitutes discrimination based on
10 race, color, sex, or national origin; providing
11 construction; amending s. 1000.05, F.S.; providing
12 that subjecting any student or employee to training or
13 instruction that espouses, promotes, advances,
14 inculcates, or compels such individual to believe
15 specified concepts constitutes discrimination based on
16 race, color, sex, or national origin....
DeSantis claims that teaching about slavery, Jim Crow laws, red-lining, et cetera is indoctrination. But what he doesn't understand is that not teaching these lessons--implying they didn't happen--is also indoctrination.
Here is DeSantis absurdly claiming that no one before the American Revolution questioned slavery.