In a preliminary vote, the State Board of Education nixed the idea of teaching about sexual orientation and gender identity.
In the case brought by Virginia student Gavin Grimm, the Fourth Circuit says such policies violate federal law and the U.S. Constitution.
A new star-studded video appeals for funds for Pride and Less Prejudice, which donates inclusive books to pre-K through third-grade classrooms.
One court affirms trans students' right to use the restroom matching their gender identity; another strikes down Idaho's ban on gender changes on birth certificates.
The Archdiocese of Indianapolis's policy would let schools bar students who have taken action toward gender affirmation.
The Department of Justice, headed by William Barr, supports a state law barring trans females from girls' and women's school sports teams.
The department says transgender girls shouldn't be allowed to compete with cisgender girls and threatens federal funding for some Connecticut locales.