‘Non-binary’ identifying students in New Jersey skyrocket over 4,000% since 2019

Article originally appeared on postmillennial.com.

Recent state enrollment data from New Jersey has found that the amount of students in the public school system who are non considering themselves to be “non-binary” has skyrocketed over 4,000 percent during the past four years.

In the 2019-2020 school year, a mere total of 16 students identified with such a label, according to enrollment figures from the New Jersey Department of Education. Now, that number has ballooned to 675, marking an excess of a 4118 percent increase for the 2022-23 school year.

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