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The district accused the teacher of posting offensive content, expressing religious beliefs to students, and having controversial opinions on gender identity issues.

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California district agrees to pay $360K to teacher who refused to use students’ preferred pronouns

A California school district settled a $360,000 lawsuit Monday after it fired a teacher following her refusal to follow district policy, which included using a student’s preferred pronouns, according to the law firm Advocates for Faith and Freedom. The district accused the teacher of posting offensive content, expressing religious beliefs to students, and having controversial opinions on gender identity issues.

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