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The school board will review the proposed policies again before putting them to a vote at a meeting set for 7 p.m. The public is invited to share feedback with the board before then via email or during public comment at the next board meeting.AAPS already specifically cites sexual orientation and gender identity in its existing bullying and non-discrimination policies."I'm excited to do whatever we can to ensure really in any way that we are a safe and welcoming environment for all students." Although, ideally, the new policy would not bring much change to Ann Arbor schools' current practices, Stead said.
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ANN ARBOR, MI - Ann Arbor Public Schools is considering taking its anti-bullying and non-discrimination policies a step further and offering specific details on how transgender students will be treated within the school district.
After four months of work drafting new policies, the AAPS board of education held a first briefing on new policies related to non-discrimination and transgender and gender non-conforming students during a meeting on Wednesday, June 21.
The entire school community - including educators, other school and district staff, students, parents and volunteers - are expected to comply with the policy.
Stead said the district's anti-bullying policy includes similar language.