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The incident happened earlier this summer during the last few days of the academic school year. At Monday night's board meeting, the teacher at the center of the controversy spoke. With emotions high, she addressed a packed house.

The teacher defended her actions to read two children's books about transgenderism including one titled "I am Jazz. Parents say besides the books, the Girl in the park Everett student at some point during class also changed clothes and was revealed as her true gender.

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