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Could Kennedy v. Bremerton School District significantly shift the First Amendment public/private balance in favor of employees?
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Mahanoy is just the latest in the courts’ awkward efforts to make K-12 student free speech cases apply to older, more mature students…but this time, it may make more sense.
In response to a significant and nationwide shortage of school bus drivers, the Department of Transportation (DOT), in a joint
As many of you know, I was a Chicago Public Schools parent until four months ago, when my family and I moved to Dallas. So, I have been watching with great interest a battle that has been unfolding following a CPS announcement that its schools would begin using new signs for school bathrooms. Some bathrooms, including single-occupancy restrooms and some multi-stalled restrooms, are labeled as gender-neutral, while the rest are labeled as “girls plus” and “boys plus.” Is this something new? And how should schools handle “gender plus” bathrooms? Keep reading to learn more.
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At Thompson & Horton, our attorneys are grateful to be the first call for many Title IX administrators dealing with reports, formal complaints, and other matters involving Title IX sexual harassment. Recently, T&H attorneys Holly McIntush, Rebecca Bailey, and I got together to discuss the top legal questions we have been hearing from clients regarding the Title IX grievance process. We hope that the webinar will answer some questions you are considering, whether you work for a K-12 or higher education institution and are a Title IX Coordinator or an administrator or employee with other duties during the Title IX process.
Did we address your most burning question? If not, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can address it here on the blog. As always, if you have ideas for any blog posts or webinars, please send those our way, as well.
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