Texas Association of School Boards Pushes ‘Transgender’ Restroom Policies

From Texas ScoreCard

The organization instructs schools to allow students in the restroom of the opposite gender if they claim to be transgender.

The Texas Association of School Boards released updated legal guidance this week pushing public schools to “affirm” gender-confused minors and allow them to use the bathroom of the opposite sex.

TASB is a statewide taxpayer-funded lobbying group for school officials that provides products and services to school districts. All 1,024 Texas school boards are TASB members and pay their dues with tax dollars.

Recently, the organization updated a 13-page document advising school districts on the “legal rights of transgender students.”

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