Topic: Doe v. Regional School Unit 26

Transgender Student Restroom Assignment Revisited

You may recall my colleague Zachary Schurin’s recent  discussion of Doe V. Regional School Unit 26. In that matter, the Maine Supreme Court determined that the defendant school district’s requirement that a transgender student utilize a unisex staff bathroom, instead of the communal student bathroom for girls (the gender the student identified with), violated a…

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Transgender Students and Communal School Bathrooms: Doe V. Regional School Unit 26

How can Connecticut schools best accommodate transgender students? While it is fair to say that this is not the sort of question that most superintendents, college administrators and board of education members would have been asking themselves fifty, or even five, years ago, society has evolved, and, consequently, so have educators’ legal obligations.  According to…

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