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Don’t Say Gay: Florida school district to notify parents if student comes out

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New guidance released by Sarasota County, Florida stated teachers must contact the parents of students who come out as LGBTQ+.

The district announced the plan in alignment of the Parental Rights in Education, dubbed the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill. The changes were documented in a memo sent to teachers and administrators, according to the Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

Students in the county must have received a parent or guardian’s permission to use a different name or pronouns at school. Any changes will then have to be requested by the student to school staff.

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