The state’s largest teachers unions, along with associations representing Massachusetts superintendents and school committees, know the importance of treating everyone with respect. That’s why they all strongly support Massachusetts’ non-discrimination law ensuring fair and equal treatment for transgender people in public spaces like restaurants, shops and hospitals. For nearly a decade, state law has already protected transgender students in K-12 schools—and state educators can attest to the successful implementation of fully transgender-inclusive policies. Now, these leaders in the education community are proud to say that all transgender people are afforded similar protections statewide.

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