Grants Pass High School students walked out in protest of their school board’s recent decision to reinstate two educators who were fired after promoting transphobic policies. The “I Resolve” campaign, started by a science teacher and middle school assistant principal, advocated labeling school bathrooms “anatomical male” and “anatomical female” and only allowing students to change their names or pronouns at school with parental permission.

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We hear from Grants Pass High School junior Deenie Bulyalert and senior Evan Tucker about how the school board decision to reinstate these two educators is affecting students.

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