Opt-out forms are not the only service VFA does, they will also provide training for those who are interested in running for school board.
On Monday morning the local school board and superintendent’s office as well as the Department of Education were all reached out to for comment and have not yet responded.
Our most widely read/viewed news outlets are more concerned with protecting a politically powerful special interest than they are about informing the public.
A Woodstock snowboarding coach fired for discussing transgenderism with a student is suing the school for infringing on his First Amendment rights.
“The Secretary will be dedicated to reducing educational inequities in all schools, particularly in communities that have experienced the most substantial demographic declines.”
UVM offers discount rates to employers seeking access to their student body based on race and sexual identity.
Winooski boasts the only school district in the state where most students are people of color, and school leaders are prioritizing it.
The longtime Woodstock Union High School snowboard coach should be reinstated to his post, according to one of the two students involved in a private discussion about transgender athletes that led to his firing.
“I have a daughter with special needs, she has Down Syndrome, she can’t tell us when somebody does something to her or makes her feel uncomfortable,” Gagne said. “She doesn’t have the words to do that.”
We need to stand by Secretary French, the Vermont Agency of Education, and our local school boards when they decide to protect students, and acknowledge the harms of masking.