San Diego Unified School District trustees will discuss clarifications and new developments to its anti-bullying policy aimed at protecting Muslim students during a meeting with a packed agenda Tuesday night.

Also on the agenda will be a presentation on a sex education curriculum that has drawn protests from parents and a proposal to lower the threshold for taking action if lead is found in drinking water on campuses.

In April, the district approved a plan to address the bullying of Muslim students in response to a study by the Council on Americani-Islamic Relations that found students of that faith were bullied at a disproportionately higher rate in California.

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