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State instructs schools to 'segregate' students who feel uncomfortable with transgender bathrooms

Parents sue Yorba Linda private school claiming 8-year-old transgender daughter had to wear boys’ uniform. (2016 file photo/Sara D. Davis/Getty Images)

A recently approved Minnesota Department of Education “toolkit” instructs schools to isolate students who are concerned about sharing bathrooms and locker rooms with transgender students.

On Wednesday, an advisory council for the Minnesota DOE approved a new toolkit, titled "Safe and Supportive Schools for Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Students," which provides public schools with advice for how schools should interact with and protect transgender and “gender-noncomforming” students.

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