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A: Many districts have, in the past few years, adopted their own individual polices, but they must conform with any state or federal laws and districts will be required to follow the education commissioner's guidelines - when they are announced. The Anchorage Daily News reports. And while officials can offer other facilities, including single-person restrooms, they can't force students to go in particular facilities. Q: Why are we hearing more about transgender issues in schools? More, wall Mounted, for the contemporary look. I was a bit surprised by this, but maybe Anchorage has fallen prey to leftist urban creep. More, sTAY IN touch, never miss exciting new promotions and offers! A: "The more accepting we become of the lgbt community, the more we are willing to bring these issues to light and correct them as they are brought up said Colin DeLucca, communications manager for. Q: Are there federal rules that deal with transgender student bathroom use? It means that Anchorage stood together as one community against a discriminatory proposition. The New Jersey School Boards Association also can help districts by providing sample transgender policies for them to consider crafting for their specific districts and implementing them.