Today's life lesson . . .
Accessibility and legal compliance for public schools will prove COSTLY to resist.
Check the background on this groundbreaking verdict . . .
"On Monday, the jury found that the district was liable for sex discrimination after denying a male transgender student use of the boys' restrooms and locker rooms . . .
"The student participated in boys' P.E. and athletics in middle school, including the eighth grade boys' football team and track team, and he had to use a "separate, single person, unisex bathroom outside the boys' locker room because Defendants refused to give him access to the boys' locker rooms," according to court documents."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A jury in Jackson County has found that the Blue Springs R-IV School District owes more than $4 million in damages for sex discrimination against a transgender student.