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Forty-five percent of Montgomery County students identified as nonbinary in survey

October 13, 2022
Officials in Montgomery County Public Schools are pushing back on reports that the district has seen a significant increase in nonbinary students after a picture of a slide revealing district data from counseling surveys circulated online. A picture of the slide was shared on Twitter by Elicia Eberhart-Bliss, the acting assistant principal of Quince Orchard High School, and showed that since 2019, the school district’s counselors had processed 423 intake forms concerning student gender identity, with 45% of respondents indicating they identified as nonbinary.

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