"We believe our current practice is reasonable, logical, and workable, and therefore, it should not be uprooted by what we consider an overreach by two federal agencies. After carefully considering the issue, GCPS will continue to provide students with sex-designated restroom facilities, while offering gender-neutral facilities to any student who does not wish to use the restroom facility designated for his or her biological sex."
The only people who should object to that policy are interested in scoring points. There is an option to suit everyone's comfort level. There's no coercion. At least, there's no coercion by the school system; will there be coercion by the Obama administration?
If there is -- not that any court should uphold a withholding of duly appropriated funds -- it will simply be to push the most politically aggressive stance possible. It won't be to serve the best interests of students, transgender or not. It will be, like so much else that's wrong with education, to push the agendas of some adults.