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School Employee May Try Sex Bias Claims (access required)

A school board loses its summary judgment motion in a female assistant superintendent’s suit alleging sexual harassment and retaliation by the school board after she reported harassment by the male superintendent, but the Big Stone Gap U.S. District Court grants summary judgment on plaintiff’s equal protection claim, as there is no evidence the individual school ...

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