A recent rural crackdown earns a great deal of attention from trolls of all manner.
And again . . . Our blog community considers that not all voters have made high school politics their top concern.
Still, here's the sitch . . .
"According to a letter sent to Grain Valley staff and families, the decision comes after the school board received a complaint that some teachers displayed cards and stickers to signal students "could feel safe approaching them regarding personal LGBTQ question.""Our goal is for every classroom to be a safe place for all students, not just in classrooms where teachers choose to display a particular sign," the letter said.The district said the use of the cards was determined to not be an "appropriate step."Following the ban, demonstrators gathered Monday afternoon in response to the news."
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GRAIN VALLEY, Mo. - A sticker used to indicate inclusion is causing controversy at a Missouri High School. "Safe Space" and "Safe Zone" stickers and cards were given to teachers and staff during a recent meeting. The signs are used to indicate that a certain teacher or staff member is an LGBTQ ally, and students can feel safe approaching them about personal issues.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Staff at the Grain Valley Schools are no longer allowed to display cards and stickers signaling their classroom is an LGBTQ safe space, the district announced Monday.
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Missouri's GOP-led House on Monday voted to limit which public high school sports teams transgender athletes can compete on. House members on Monday voted 93-41 to require transgender students to compete on teams that match the "biological sex" listed on their birth certificates.The provision was added to Republican Rep.
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