WL superintendent: Pause before putting transgender sports law into school policy
After community blowback, West Lafayette superintendent says he will recommend that the board to hold off on a final vote related to controversial new state law.
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WL SUPERINTENDENT: PAUSE BEFORE PUTTING TRANSGENDER SPORTS LAW INTO SCHOOL POLICY
After several days of community blowback, asking why the West Lafayette school board was in a rush to install into district policies a controversial state ban on transgender girls playing school sports, Superintendent Shawn Greiner said Friday he would recommend that the board take a pause before a final vote.
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