One of the most tense Brevard County school board meetings in recent years, parents and family members demonstrated against the district’s transgender guidelines, which in 2021 read that all students were allowed to dress, access bathrooms and locker rooms and play sports consistent with their gender identity.
The district first passed a nondiscrimination policy in 2016 and in February, the board’s vote was split updating language the district says to be up to date with state and federal law.
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“We had students displaying hate against their LGBTQ peers in the hallways of our schools,” board
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