Portland's largest public high school has reclassified six bathrooms as unisex to create another option for transgender students and faculty who feel uncomfortable with traditional bathrooms. The move is a first in the district and relatively uncommon nationwide for K-12 schools, which typically make staff or other small bathrooms available, The Oregonian reported (http://is.gd/HDHZVg ). The school has between five and 10 students who identify as transgender.
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