‘To the extent that you do any of these things, you jeopardize the safety and wellbeing of Florida students and risk violating federal law,’ says Florida education commissioner.

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Florida’s education commissioner issued a memo to the state’s schools overriding federal guidance on new gender identity rules disseminated by the US Department of Agriculture and the US Department of Education.

In a memo to superintendents, school boards, private schools and charter schools, Florida Commissioner of Education Manny Diaz on Thursday warned taking up federal recommendations could violate state law.

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“The purpose of this memorandum is to make you aware that the sub-regulatory ‘guidance’ documents issued by the USDOE and USDA are not binding law, do not create any new legal obligations, and should not be treated as governing law,” Diaz’s letter states.

“As such, you should not treat the USDOE or USDA guidance documents as binding or otherwise modify your practices or procedures based on these documents.”

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