Monday, September 26, 2016

Gender-neutral bathrooms coming to Saskatchewan's joint-use schools

Morgan Modjeski, Saskatoon StarPhoenix
    Rights advocates in Saskatoon are praising the provincial government for its decision to include gender-neutral bathrooms in the province’s new joint-use schools.
   Set to open in September 2017, the 18 joint-use schools are part of a $635 million public-private partnership (P3) aimed at addressing rapid growth in the province.
   “It’s a sign of the times and it’s definitely progress that facilities are starting to match the students that actually embody these schools,” said Out Saskatoon education co-ordinator Amanda Guthrie.
   “Transgender and gender-diverse students have always been attending school, but the facilities haven’t always been matching them (or) accommodating their needs.”...
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