June 13, 2024

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Tag: Title IX

Federal court rules against Biden administration’s Title IX rules

According to Fox News, a federal judge in Texas today struck down the Biden administration’s new Title IX rule that…

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AG Kobach: implementing Title IX policy now is”foolish and a waste of money”

The Kansas Association of School Boards (KASB) is telling school districts they must soon adopt policies — contrary to state…

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Kobach sues federal government over new Title IX rules

Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is suing the federal government over changes to Title IX requirements that are supposed to…

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Some districts still refuse to notify parents of ‘social transitioning’ transgender students

Last week, Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach accused several large school districts in the state of violating parental notification requirements…

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SMSD dodges questions about transgender policy

The Shawnee Mission School District has declined to answer questions about its “Transgender Practices & FAQ,” a document obtained by…

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Derby Recreation Commission allows biological males in women’s locker room, even after used condom is found

The Derby Recreation Commission has refused to respond to questions about its transgender locker room policy, even after a used…

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Title IX does not cover gender identity, court rules

Title IX rules against gender-based discrimination do not include “gender identity,” according to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals sitting…

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Federal Judge blocks Biden transgender rules from taking effect

In at least a temporary victory, a federal judge last week temporarily blocked a Biden administration rule forcing businesses and…

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Biden: no lunch for poor kids unless schools allow boys in the girls’ restrooms

Just when you think Washington can’t stoop any lower, the Biden administration says it will withhold funding for lunch for…

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Eudora girl forced to room with biological male on school-sponsored overseas trip

On a school trip to Costa Rica earlier this month, three female high school students in the Eudora school district…

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Lawsuit seeks to end religious exemption for private colleges

A class-action lawsuit filed in March in the federal court for the Western District of Oregon could end the Title…

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