A federal judge has granted a temporary order in the case of a Kansas teacher who sued her district after she was suspended for refusing to address students by their “preferred pronouns.” A school policy also called for such information to be concealed from students’ parents, which has become commonplace in schools across the nation.
U.S. District Judge Holly Teeter partially granted a preliminary injunction on behalf of Fort Riley Middle School teacher Pamela Ricard preventing Geary County Schools Unified School District 475 from disciplining her over her refusal to use a student’s “pronouns.” Ricard, a Christian, argued that doing so would violate her religious beliefs.
The injunction lasts until next Wednesday or “at the conclusion of Plaintiff’s contractual responsibilities to the District, whichever is later.”
Ricard, a Kansas teacher since 2005, received a three-day suspension in the spring of 2021 after refusing to use a biological female student’s “he/him”
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