This year they have proposed a school voucher program that was already found to be unconstitutional (teaches Christian beliefs only), cost taxpayers money with idiotic tax breaks for rich people, closed public schools because of said idiotic tax breaks (like Chicago as well), and done everything they can to throw poor people under the bus, especially their children.
The school textbooks being promoted by the voucher program use Christianity as a base, claim the Loch Ness Monster is real (it isn't), the KKK are morally upstanding people (really?), black people can't read because commies run the government (WTF?) and Bill Clinton was elected only because the media lied about his opponent (that's not even possible). This is why our children are stupid and thank God the courts found this reprehensible as well. It also turned out that the referendum wasn't even properly ratified in the first place, only getting 51 votes and not the 53 needed, shades of the 16th amendment all over again. Jindal has stated the program will continue if lawmakers overrule the State Supreme Court's ruling, which it just might as these brainpowers have passed some really idiotic laws lately.
The state legislature recently passed a bill that would allow creationism to be taught in schools, in science classes nonetheless. To demonstrate how worthless these bozos are in critical thinking, state senator, and of Republican of course, Mike Walsworth asked a science teacher during a hearing about the matter about evolutionary experiment. When she talked about an experiment where students can watch e-coli evolve, Wadsworth asked if that experiment could evolve into a human. He actually said that, showing a complete lack of scientific knowledge that would make a six year old blush.