Judge blocks part of school district pronoun policy


A federal judge has temporarily blocked a Kansas school district policy that bars teachers from revealing to parents that a student has requested to be referred to by a name or pronoun "inconsistent with their biological sex."

U.S. District Judge Holly Teeter on Monday issued a limited temporary injunction that stops the Geary County Schools Unified School District from disciplining Pamela Ricard if she were to intentionally disclose a student's preferred name and pronouns in discussions with the students' parents.

Teeter's injunction lasts until May 18 or when Ricard's contractual responsibilities to the district end, whichever . . .


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