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Your voice is needed now to protect parental rights and children’s safety rights! Gov. Youngkin’s education department rewrote the transgender-issue policies –that have been used to cut parents out of the process–in a way that restores basic parental and student-safety rights.
And now, activists who oppose parental rights are flooding the comment center with protests against the new guidelines—in an effort to thwart their implementation.
At last count, over 17,000 comments had been received, mostly from opponents of parental-rights. Plus, today, a Fairfax-based activist group has mobilized students across the Commonwealth to leave their classrooms in protest of Governor Youngkin’s proposed, updated model policies.
Don’t wait–submit your comments now! It’s crucial for the voices of as many Virginia parents and concerned citizens as possible to be represented. Spread the word; share this and get started commenting now:
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- how this policy upholds parents’ basic right to oversee their child’s education and well-being.
- how this policy strikes down Northram’s Administration policy which held a radical gender ideology that
- endangered students’ privacy and safety,
- infringed on free speech,
- created a rift between parents and their children.
The redrawn draft of Youngkin’s 2022 Model Policies offers significant breakthrough:
- Excludes all gender terms and clarifies that “sex” refers simply to biological sex
- Provides statutory and legal references that back policies safeguarding protections for parental rights and students’ privacy and safety rights
- Restrains schools from encouraging or instructing school workforce from keeping from their parent or legal guardian, gender-related information about a student
- Declares student participation in athletics must correspond with their biological sex