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04/27/2007

Allowing pro-gay opinions: Threat to academia

by Jeremy Hooper

 Good As You Images  Images Fortwayne Newssentinel News Met0221 Eacs 04-11-2007 No7S420-1Saying she could not financially afford to fight the school district any longer, "controversial" Indiana high school teacher Amy Sorrell -- who was punished for allowing a pro-gay opinion piece to be printed in a high school newspaper -- has reached an agreement with the East Allen School District that will allow her to be reassigned to another high school to teach English (but not Journalism).

Which now proves once and for all that in Woodlan, Indiana, doing absolutely...

EACS reassigns suspended teacher [Fort Wayne Journal Gazette]

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