VA Department of Education Releases New Proposals Changing How School Systems / Personnel Handle Gender Issues

Did you know that the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE) has released proposals changing how school systems and personnel handle issues of gender? The far-reaching proposals affect language, school records, parental involvement, dress codes, bathrooms, locker rooms, field trips, extracurricular activities, and more. 

As a public service, here is the text in its entirety:

Page 1 has a lovely red heart and boasts “VIRGINIA IS FOR LEARNERS.” As a teacher since 1987, I wonder how much learning is going on across Virginia since most public school students have been kept from in-person instruction–completely or partially–since March 2020. But that is perhaps an issue for another column.

The VDOE has a page open to take public comments on this issue. The page will stop taking comments at 11:59 pm on Wed. Feb. 3, which seems soon for an issue of this scale and magnitude.

Also as a public service, here is that link:

Scott Dreyer in his classroom.

– Scott Dreyer

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