Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Suit Charges School With Retaliating Against Student Who Challenged Religious Viewpoints

Denver Post reported yesterday on a federal lawsuit filed by a former Delta County, Colorado High School student who contends that her grades were reduced and her college applications undercut because of her opposition to injection of religious views into classes and school assemblies. The lawsuit claims:
Defendants retaliated upon plaintiff Fisk, threatened, punished and censored her, for expressing her opinions on religion, abortion, sex education, and drug education in an attempt to chill, deter and restrict (her) from freely expressing her opinions.