Sep 242019
 
 September 24, 2019  Posted by  Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

Alex Geli reports:

The fight over the privacy rights of students in a southeastern Pennsylvania school district is over. Meanwhile, a similar battle closer to home is quieting down.

A high-profile lawsuit lodged against Boyertown Area School District by a group of students over privacy concerns in bathrooms and locker rooms was dropped Thursday. The students had argued that the district was unconstitutionally violating their privacy by allowing transgender students to use facilities that align with their gender identity.

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