School Tells Kids to Use ‘Inclusive Language,’ Stop Using Words Like ‘Mom’ and ‘Dad’

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    Liberal school tells children what words they should use

    The Grace Church School in Noho issued a 12-page guide to students and staff

    A school in Manhattan, New York is urging its pupils to use more “inclusive language,” telling them to refrain from using the terms “mom,” “dad,” and “parents.”

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    The Grace Church School in Noho issued a 12-page guide to students and staff explaining their progressive mission of inclusivity.

    The guide recommends using the terms “grown-ups,” “folks,” “family,” or “guardians” instead of “mom,” “dad,” and “parents.”

    The guide also suggests using the term “caregiver” instead of “nanny/babysitter.”

    The guide reads:

    “Families are formed and structured in many ways.”

    “At Grace Church School, we use inclusive language that reflects this diversity.”

    “It’s important to refrain from making assumptions about who kids live with, who cares for them, whether they sleep in the same place every night, whether they see their parents, etc.”

    the document also stated how to use terms relating to gender sexual orientation race and ethnicity

    The document also stated how to use terms relating to gender, sexual orientation, race, and ethnicity.

    The document also stated how to use terms relating to gender, sexual orientation, race, and ethnicity.

    Grace’s guide also states:

    Instead of asking a person, “What are you? Where are you from?” 

    The query should be, “What is your cultural/ethnic background?”

    “Where are your ancestors/is your family from?”

    the school argued the guide s goal was to promote a sense of belonging for all of our students
    The school argued the guide’s goal was to ‘promote a sense of belonging for all of our students’

    The school argued the guide’s goal was to “promote a sense of belonging for all of our students.”

    the Rev. Robert Pennoyer, assistant head of school, said in a statement to the outlet:

    “Grace is an Episcopal school.”

    “As part of our Episcopal identity, we recognize the dignity and worth common to humanity.”

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