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Wisconsin school board bans staff from listing their pronouns on emails

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Associated Press, this also includes staff stating their pronouns in emails.Speaking of the clarification, Superintendent Stephen Plum told Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in late July that employees will not be able to use their positions to promote partisan politics, sectarian religious views, selfish propaganda for personal, monetary or nonmonetary gain.When it comes to emails, staff must follow a standardized signature template: Name, position, title, location, certification, awards and degrees.Related: Wisconsin State Rep.

asks if Harvey Milk is “a real person?”Plum was asked at the board meeting late July if the ban would apply to people wearing a cross necklace.“I would say that is a personal item, and I wouldn’t worry about that as opposed to something like a T-shirt that has large letters on it,” he replied.School Board President Gary Vose agreed with the decision.“This isn’t a case where we’re trying to discriminate against any group or groups … but rather just to bring clarity to allow staff to know where the line is drawn on these various things.

It’s not a popularity contest.”According to Associated Press, a large number of members of the public wanted to speak at Tuesday’s packed board meeting.

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