A Florida fifth-grade teacher sent a letter home with students asking that they refer to her by gender-neutral pronouns, causing a stir among parents. Chloe Bressack — a new math and science teacher at Canopy Oaks Elementary in Tallahassee — acknowledged that it will take “some practice for it to feel natural,” according to the...
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