Virginia School Board to Vote on Removing Sex-Separate Education

The Fairfax County Public School Board, which last month rejected Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s proposed policy changes for transgender students in schools, will vote soon on a proposed curriculum that includes doing away with sex-separate education, replacing the terms “boy” and “girl” with “assigned female or male at birth” and teaching gender ideology in elementary grades.

The program, titled “Family Life Education Instructional Materials” created by the Family Life Education Curriculum Advisory Committee (FLECAC), requires “teaching sensitive content in gender-separated classes.”

Under Youngkin’s policy changes, students must participate in certain school programming and use school facilities like bathrooms or locker rooms based on their biological sex, with modifications offered only to the extent required under federal law.

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