Results for - Judge Lifts Suspension Of Virginia Teacher Who Said He Won't Use Transgender Pronouns

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A judge has ruled that a Virginia teacher suspended for telling a school board he would not use transgender students’ preferred pronouns should be reinstated. Judge James E. Plowman Jr. said Tuesday that Leesburg Elementary School teacher Byron “Tanner” Cross must be allowed to return to his job after the school’s principal suspended him in late May for objecting to a proposed policy on how to address transgender students.

The policy would allow transgender students to use their chosen names and gender pronouns. Do you agree students should be able to choose their name and gender pronouns in school?

1. The policy would allow transgender students to use their chosen names and gender pronouns. Do you agree students should be able to choose their name and gender pronouns in school?

Yes
35%
1,021 votes
No
35%
1,015 votes
Undecided
30%
864 votes

2. Do you think a teacher should have to comply and call the child by their preferred pronouns?

Yes
36%
1,039 votes
No
37%
1,086 votes
Undecided
27%
775 votes

3. Do you think the teacher should be reinstated?

Yes
52%
1,514 votes
No
18%
512 votes
Undecided
30%
874 votes
06/11/2021 Politics 2906 113 By: Tellwut
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