This bill prohibits public school employees and contractors from using students' preferred names and pronouns without written permission from the student's parent or legal guardian. It defines terms such as "parent," "guardian," "sex," "student," "employee," and "contractor." The bill states that employees and contractors cannot use a name or pronoun that does not match the name or gender listed on the student's birth certificate without permission. However, employees and contractors are not required to use a pronoun that does not match a person's biological sex if it goes against their religious or moral convictions. The bill also allows aggrieved individuals to seek relief through a private right of action for damages, including attorney's fees. The bill will take effect on January 1, 2025.