Allegations that a male, public school teacher's supervisor complained that a teacher was "too flamboyant," can be sufficient to support the teacher's claim that he was held to a higher standard than similarly situated workers, and that his contract was not renewed as a result of sex discrimination.
Sturman v. Groton Board of Education
January 14, 2013
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