Sissies & Tomboys: What Should Schools Do?

For years, teachers have worked with kids where one or more parent was absent and, more recently, with situations where children have two moms or two dads. To that list of circumstances add young children who don't necessarily identify with their biological gender, according to this NYT article (Supporting Boys or Girls When the Line Isn’t Clear) that says more parents and child development experts are letting kids choose their own gender identities rather than pushing them to conform to their own physiology. Now imagine trying to get the other kids to understand.


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