The use of “sex” in Title IX, which enforces anti-discrimination laws against students, is tricky in transgender bathroom cases.
The US Dept. of Ed. has reportedly dismissed 3 new transgender discrimination cases, claiming the department can’t intervene.
Students at northwest-suburban high schools would probably agree: students should use bathrooms based on gender identity.
The transgender bathroom issue keeps coming up, most recently in a lawsuit filed in the suburban Chicago district where it all began.
A transgender boy at a Maryland h.s. wants the district, despite a lawsuit, to keep new policies that protect him from bullying.
The bathroom (and locker room/shower) question keeps coming up regarding transgender students. Maybe the Supreme Court should just decide this.
Which bathroom should transgender students use? The question is still in court, though it may be moot, since students have graduated.
Transgender policy took center stage today, as Pres Trump declared that transgender people would be banned from military service.
SCOTUS decided not to hear the case of a transgender boy in Va. who is suing for his right to use the boys’ bathroom at his school.
The Trump administration seems ready to rescind a rules from the Obama administration that dictated which bathrooms transgender students should use.