Why if a teacher is hired to teach a language, math, history, or any other subject, would a teacher want to teach gender identity? Could it be that they're not comfortable with their own gender? I know of teachers in Northern California that have that issue, but that's not what they were hired for.
A Georgia lawmaker's proposal would prevent educators from talking to students about gender identity while also ensuring that parents are not left in the dark about a potential change to their child's gender identity.
State Sen. Carden Summers, R, told the Senate Education and Youth Committee on Tuesday that he will need to rewrite Senate Bill 88, which is already on its second draft, following pushback from critics.
Still, Summers defended the primary focus of the legislation. He said a law is necessary to prevent teachers from promoting ideas about changing gender identity to their students and to stop teachers from hiding a student's gender identity change from their parents.
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