Should Schools Tell Parents that a Child is Lesbian or Gay?: Useful Guidance from a Federal Court in California
by Richard Fossey, Todd A. DeMitchell & Suzanne Eckes - November 08, 2007
In California, a lesbian school girl sued school authorities, arguing that her constitutional right to privacy had been violated when her principal disclosed her sexual orientation to her mother. The case, Nguon v. Wolf, provides useful guidance to educators about how and when to discuss a student's sexual orientation with the student's parents.
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