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OCR Letter Says Connecticut's Policy on Transgender Athletes Violates Title IX
The U.S. Department of Education's office for civil rights says that Connecticut's interscholastic sports governing body violates Title IX with its transgender participation policy.
Federal Appeals Court Appears Divided on Transgender Rights in Gavin Grimm Case
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit heard arguments on whether federal law requires a school district to allow a transgender student to use restrooms consistent with his gender identity.
'You Will Need Courage': The Chief Justice's Message to the Class of 2020
Full Federal Appeals Court to Reconsider Ruling on Right of Access to Literacy
Appeals Court Backs Police Officer in Mental Evaluation of Suicidal Student
Settlement Reached in Detroit Case on Access-to-Literacy Right
Teacher's Own Case as 'Faithless' Electoral College Voter Goes Before Supreme Court
Supreme Court Weighs Parochial School Teachers' Employment Rights
Full Federal Appeals Court Urged to Reconsider Panel's Right-to-Literacy Ruling
Supreme Court Weighs Contraceptive-Care Case of Interest to Religious Schools
Some Educators See Learning Opportunity in Supreme Court's Phone Arguments