What is the SBE's "Proposed Statement and Guidance on LGBTQ Students?"
At home, your son is just a normal kid. At school, he identifies as a girl, uses the girls' restrooms and locker rooms, and you -- and his doctors -- can be left completely in the dark.
That's just one of many scenarios that could occur under the Michigan State Board of Education's proposed gender identity guidelines for the state's public schools. And not only that, but under these guidelines, it doesn't matter if he's a high school senior or just going into the first grade.
In The News
EDUCATION WORLD: "[The guidance] also states that transgendered students should be allowed to use locker rooms & bathrooms according to the gender they identify with, and it is on the burden of students bothered by this to request an “adjusted changing schedule” or “use of a private area in the facility.”
THE DAILY CALLER: "Michigan’s State Board of Education has drafted a guidance that would push the state’s schools to allow all students, regardless of parental or doctoral input, to choose their gender, name, pronouns, and bathroom."