Policy Outing LGBTQ Students In Morris Co. Stalled By Superior Court

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05/22/2023

A state Superior Court has temporarily halted the implementation of a new policy requiring school staff to disclose students’ sexual and gender identities to parents in the Hanover Township School District. The policy was approved by the Hanover Township Board of Education on May 16, with all but two board members voting in favor. The “Parental Notice of Material Circumstances” policy requires teachers to report any facts or circumstances that may have a material impact on a student’s well-being due to a variety of factors to parents and school administrators.

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