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

  • Jessica Tapia, a former physical education teacher at Jurupa Valley High School, claimed in a lawsuit that her rights were violated due to refusal to use students' preferred pronouns and gender identity practices.
  • Tapia settled for $360,000 after suing California's Jurupa Unified School District for wrongful termination.
  • The district accused Tapia of posting offensive content, expressing religious beliefs to students, and having controversial opinions on gender identity issues.
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