“I think it’s inappropriate, completely, for the school to be involved in something so far outside of general education for children,” Stephanie Lundquist-Arora, who has three sons in the Fairfax County Public Schools system, Fox NewsDigitalに語った.
“It’s clearly an activist board we have. It’s basically a totalitarian regime. They like to ban everything they’re against, and mandate everything they’re for,” 彼女は言いました.
The board of the Fairfax County Public Schools in the northern Virginia city is voting on updates to the Students Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) handbook on May 26, including updated rules that make “malicious deadnaming” そして “malicious misgendering” of classmates a Level 4 offense. Violation of the rule allows for a suspension up to five days “if frequency and intensity are present.”
“The point of education is reading, 書き込み, math, 理科, factual history. It’s not to get lessons in pronouns,” 彼女は言いました.