This model is flawed for various reasons, one of which being its far overreach into the parent-child relationship. The model assumes that in every case, children experiencing gender dysphoria should affirm their feelings about themselves, even to the point of placing the school system as a greater authority in the student's life than the parents. That is dangerous and alarming.
All students should be respected, all students should be protected from bullying, all students should be closely monitored if giving warning signs of self-harm or suicide. This model, however, oversteps multiple boundaries. It should not be imposed. I strongly oppose it as a mother, taxpayer, public health practitioner, and pediatric nurse.