UK school guidance on gender transitions contrasts with ‘lax’ US approach

The government of the United Kingdom is set to release new guidelines for how schools should respond to students who claim a transgender identity, and indications are that the guidelines will be stricter than those in the United States.

The issue of how schools respond to transgender students has become a culture war flashpoint over the past several years. School districts in the United States have faced a cascade of lawsuits and scrutiny over policies allowing students to adopt a different gender identity at school without parental knowledge or consent.

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