Virginia's largest school district refuses to honor updated state guidance on sex-segregated bathrooms, pronouns
Virginia's largest school district will not be following the state's updated guidance regarding trans and non-binary identifying students. Fairfax County Public Schools announced Tuesday that students and staff will be expected to abide by its existing policy for the foreseeable future.
The new regulations, which were adopted in September 2022 under Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R), require facilities and activities to be segregated based on biological sex, and do not mandate the use of preferred pronouns, as had previously been the case.
"We have concluded our detailed legal review and determined that our current...