Rigo Lopez, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes leader for Bay Area schools, applauded the ruling in a statement.
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Catholic, Muslim and Ethiopian Orthodox parents sued the Montgomery County Board of Education on May 24, after it changed its parental-notification and opt-out policies.
The new poll comes on the heels of the state attorney general’s lawsuit against three school districts.
Some think they’ve found a winning formula, at least in some parts of the country.
With Parental Rights in Spotlight on Election Day, Some Christian Teachers Balk at Using Gender Pronouns
Court cases over suspensions and firings lead judges to figure out what teachers can and can’t do, as debate over school gender-identity policies figures prominently in the midterm elections.
In a case that could have national implications, answering that question may help determine parents’ lawsuit in Massachusetts against public-school officials over ‘gender transitioning.’
After public comments are reviewed, the new standard goes into effect after the state superintendent issues final approval.
‘Honestly, I Don’t Want to’ Hire Catholics, Connecticut School Administrator Says in Undercover Video
The assistant principal who made the remarks was placed on administrative leave today following the publication of the video by Project Veritas.
Lawsuits triggered by such practices have been filed in several states, including a Massachusetts case where a teacher was fired after advising parents about what was occurring without their knowledge.