Probably and no.
There is an issue in secondary and post-secondary education because under certain provisions of a federal law, there are requirements that x, y, and z -- all objects -- and a, b, and c -- all behaviors -- be prohibited or prevented. The Department of Education of Alabama has taken the position that one blanket statement covers both of those, and has applied it to both secondary and post-secondary education without distinction or qualification. The AG provided an opinion which is somewhat ambiguous, as many of Big Luther's opinions have been -- typically favoring whoever is asking the question, while dodging all around the issue or question being asked.
It would take a test case to many any progress on these, and people are loathe to be that test case and put up with five years of infringed rights.