An elementary school teacher who was suspended after telling students about her "future wife" has reached a settlement with the school district, ending a nearly three-year battle. Bailey, who was named "Teacher of the Year" twice, showed a photo of her "future wife" and family during a welcome-to-school presentation. She was accused of promoting a "homosexual agenda" and then suspended for more than eight months. She said she was discriminated against due to her sexual orientation, in violation of the United States Constitution. In October of , a federal judge ruled that the Constitution clearly protected Bailey's right to be free from sexual orientation discrimination. Bailey said the "agreements the district and I made in this settlement are a positive first step in making things better for gay employees, gay students and gay families in Mansfield. Mansfield ISD will also "provide mandatory training to Human Resource and Counseling staff regarding LGBTQ issues in schools, and offer optional training to be attended by administrators, educators, staff, or parents who may wish to attend such training. The district's board of trustees will vote on whether to add a prohibition of "sexual orientation" discrimination to its policies within 60 days of the end of the Supreme Court term, CBS DFW reports. In a press release sent to the station, Bailey thanked "Judge Lindsey for his ruling, her wife for her support, Mansfield ISD President Karen Marcucci for showing leadership in her work to resolve the case, teachers and parents for showing their support, and the students of Charlotte Anderson elementary for showing Stacy so much love and light as a teacher. In a statement to CBS News, the district's Associate Superintendent of Communications and Marketing Donald Williams said the board voted on the agreement in an "amicable and beneficial manner.
The LGBT activist school teacher is using her lectern to convert young A lesbian public elementary school teacher divulged during a homosexual activist conference workshop for teachers how she indoctrinates students — starting at age four — to support homosexual relationships. Presenting at the event, Ontario public school instructor Pam Strong told those in attendance how she convinces her young Canadian students that same-sex "marriage" and other LGBT lifestyles are acceptable and honorable. So, I was the most comfortable there. The homosexual activist organization Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity, formerly known as Jer's Vision, hosted the event, which concentrated on implementing Bill 13 inside classrooms across the Canadian province of Ontario. Dubbed the "homosexual bill of rights," and passed in June , Bill 13 allows students to form pro-homosexual Gay-Straight Alliance GSA clubs in public and Catholic schools. The LGBT activist school teacher is using her lectern to convert young children into homosexual advocates.
The Mansfield Independent School District said that the two parties agreed to settle in an "amicable" manner and that it denied "any wrongdoing or liability," telling NBC News in an email that the district wanted to "avoid the time, expense, stress and other impacts of continuing litigation, which would interfere with the mission of educating the students. Bailey, who began working at Charlotte Anderson Elementary School in the Dallas suburb of Arlington over a decade ago, sued the district and two school administrators in May , claiming that the defendants wrongly discriminated against her because of her sexual orientation. According to the suit, a parent complained to the school board and the superintendent that Bailey was promoting a "homosexual agenda" in the classroom by showing students a picture of the woman who is now her wife during a "Get to Know Your Teacher" presentation. The complaint eventually led to Bailey — who was twice selected Teacher of the Year at her school — being placed on administrative leave in September and then being asked the next month for her resignation, which she refused to give. After the lawsuit was filed, the school district said it did "not warrant merit" and categorically denied the allegations, claiming in a statement that the district "has been an inclusive, supportive environment for LGBT staff for decades. Bailey has followed district guidelines requiring that controversial subjects be taught in 'an impartial and objective manner," the district told NBC News at the time. While Bailey was happy to return to the classroom, her attorney, Jason C. Smith, said she was "disappointed that she doesn't get to return to Charlotte Anderson.
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