Post Profile






Thousands Ask Supreme Court to Protect Privacy and Safety

More than 8,900 students, parents and community members have signed on to a friend-of-the-court brief asking the U.S. Supreme Court to uphold student privacy and safety. The document concerns the Gloucester County School Board in Virginia. A female student there is asking to use the boys restrooms, locker rooms and changing facilities. “Schools have a […] The post Thousands Ask Supreme Court to Protect Privacy and Safety appeared first on Family Policy Alliance.
read more

share

Related Posts


School board appeals to U.S. Supreme Court to halt order allowing transgender student to use boys’ bathroom

United States / Washington D.C. : Washington Post: Local

The Gloucester County school board hoped to pause the case while it appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court.

Virginia School Board Asks Supreme Court to Step In on Trans Rights

Issues & Causes / Pro Choice : Reproductive Health Reality Check

Attorneys representing a Virginia school board want the Supreme Court to block the Obama administration's efforts at protecting transgender students. The post Virginia School Board Asks Supreme Court to Step In on Trans Rights appea...

Virginia School Board Wants Supreme Court in Fight Over Transgender Student Bathroom Access

Issues & Causes / Pro Choice : Reproductive Health Reality Check

The Gloucester County School Board wants the Supreme Court to decide whether federal law requires schools to let transgender students access facilities such as bathrooms that conform to their gender identity. The post Virginia Schoo...

The 6 Signs You're Pushing Your Grown Children Away

News : Huffington Post

Ask parents their biggest concerns about their relationships with their adult kids, and many will tell you: not enough time together, not enough regular communication, not feeling needed or wanted unless the kids NEED something, not...

School board, sued by transgender student, asks for Supreme Court review in bathroom case

United States / Washington D.C. : Post Now

The Gloucester County, Va., board had passed a policy barring the student from the boys’ bathroom.

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC