Education News – June 13, 2016

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Ohio School district Sues Feds For Demanding That Students Have Access To Opposite-Sex Locker Rooms
By Jim Campbell

Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys representing an Ohio school district filed suit Friday against the U.S. departments of Education and Justice for making federal educational funding dependent on students sharing overnight accommodations, locker rooms, showers, and restrooms with the opposite sex.

Christian Education Leaders: No Rush From Public Schools Yet
By Tom Strode

The Obama administration’s transgender directive for public schools does not seem so far to have provoked a widespread rush of families toward other education options, but it could be a factor if such a movement develops in the future, say leaders in the Christian school and home-schooling movements.

School Calls Sheriff to Stop 7-Year-Old From Handing Out Bible Verses
By Liberty Counsel

Liberty Counsel has demanded that Desert Rose Elementary School correct an outrageous violation of a first grader’s constitutional rights. The situation started with an encouraging note and Bible verse from mom Christina Zavala, tucked into a packed lunch for her little boy (“C”). The seven-year-old boy read the note and verse, and showed them to his friends during lunch time at school.

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