Last school year, the district began using a 35-page guidance document on student gender identity, which is based on federal and state laws and School Board policies regarding anti-bullying and non-discrimination, Hohs said.
While the document was not voted on by the Madison School Board, members received updates on it when it was in development, she said.
The document covers topics like when a student’s name can be changed in the district’s student information system, the policy for restroom and changing area use, and how to communicate with the family of transgender and non-binary students about their identity.
The document states: “School staff shall not disclose any information that may reveal a student’s gender identity to others, including parents or guardians and other school staff, unless legally required to do so or unless the student has authorized such disclosure.”
The things Madison public schools won’t tell you.
They’re teaching your children that they may not be boy or girl. Five and six years old. Gender confusion, et cetera. But don’t tell mom or dad. Because the policy enacted one year ago was secret. Until now.
The Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty uncovered this policy, never before revealed to Madison voters or parents:
Related: The notion that parents inherently know what school is best for their kids is an example of conservative magical thinking.”
Yet, we have long tolerated disastrous reading results.