Toolkit already used as Ed Department ‘Best Practice’

May 22, 2017

By now you may have seen for yourself the shocking Minnesota Department of Education’s Toolkit to Ensure Safe and Supportive Schools to Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Students. [See CPL May 9th update here.]

More shocking yet, however, is the fact that the Toolkit is a written and public unveiling of what the SSTAC has been presenting [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:13:13-05:00May 22, 2017|CPL Article, curriculum, education, gender, privacy|

Gender Identity Politics at Anoka-Hennepin School District

March 23, 2017

Last Monday night the Anoka Hennepin School Board meeting was packed and the testimony was strong in support of privacy rights of students. The six-member school board and superintendent heard from the public in a big way regarding whether the largest school district in Minnesota should adopt a “gender-inclusivity policy” that would give special protection to transgender students. [Read More]

2023-06-05T17:16:40-05:00March 23, 2017|CPL Article, education, exploitation, gender, privacy|

Looking Back—Looking Ahead

December 2016

As the year 2016 closes, Child Protection League Action realizes that our work is needed more now than at any other time since we began.

The changes of 2016 have been monumental. Some of the changes are tremendously hopeful and exciting. Others are utterly tragic.

Since the November 8th election, the cultural and political ground has shifted massively in important ways. [Read More]

Questions for Schools on Transgender Policies and Practices

December 2015

As all educators know, or should know, pronouns denote and correspond to objective biological sex — not to desires about one’s sex. Therefore, using opposite-sex pronouns to refer to or discuss gender-dysphoric students constitutes not merely a misuse of grammar but lying.

The following are questions that were posed in an article by the Illinois Family Institute.

[Read More]

2023-06-05T17:22:01-05:00December 15, 2015|CPL Article, education, gender, privacy|
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