‘Get To Know You’: Indiana Teacher Requires Students To Provide Pronouns, Personal Contact Information
An Indiana high school teacher required students to fill out a personal information form asking their pronouns and private contact information, according to documents obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Margaret Hite, orchestra teacher at Carmel Clay High School in Carmel, Indiana, required students to fill out a “Get To Know You” questionnaire on the first day of school, Aug. 10, according to documents obtained by the DCNF. Students listed their preferred pronouns, whether their parents know about their gender identity and a personal email address, and could not move on to the next question unless they did so.
“This was not an optional survey and this is an intrusion of student privacy,” Paige Miller, chair of the Hamilton, Indiana, chapter of Moms For Liberty told the DCNF. “The questions about personal pronouns could have made the student reveal personal information that they weren’t ready to reveal or didn’t want to reveal to the school.”