Strange as it seems, she has a legit case [and its not easy for me to spit out those words].
From what I gather, the school had no written policy that speaks to public "displays of affection" and there are no "cases" of strait couples being suspended for similar behaviour.
Had the school had a written policy in hand, with evidense that actions were taken with couples in the past? She'd have no case.
I see a quiet settlement in her future.
I see your point, but wouldn't the school just need to argue that it had once reported on a straight relationship to a parent?
I would be hard to believe that the school had never once spoken to a parent and had commented on a relationship of the child. I would also be surprised if no children in the history of the school had not been admonished for physical contact.
posted on 12/03/2005 5:31:51 AM PST
("We have the freedoms we fight for, and we lose those we don't defend." -Rushdie)
Neither heterosexuals nor homosexuals should be making out in public. At one time, long ago, Americans, knew how to behave in public. Parents told their children how to behave and enforced proper behavior. A written policy was unnecessary. Now, thanks to liberals, public schools will need written policies the size of the tax code.
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