Case

A.H. v. French

Parents, Diocese of Burlington sue Vermont for religious discrimination in education (9/24/2021)

Case

Seattle's Union Gospel Mission (SUGM) v. Woods

A Washington Supreme Court decision forces a religious nonprofit, Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission, to hire employees who do not share the organization’s religious beliefs. The ministry’s religious convictions and evangelization are the foundation of everything it does, and therefore every staff member must live out and share the Mission’s religious beliefs for the Mission to be successful.   (Photo Credit: Seattle's Union Gospel Mission (9/24/2021)

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Students and Parents for Privacy v. Township High School District No. 211

Township High School District 211 in Palatine, Illinois, disregarded student privacy and safety when it secretly opened its schools’ restrooms to the opposite sex and then opened the girls’ locker room to a boy (5/29/2020)

Blog

Two Important Victories in the Fight for Student Privacy

This week, Alliance Defending Freedom was able to dismiss the Federal defendants in two lawsuits against the U.S. Department of Education. (7/23/2021)

Blog

What Winning Depends On

A quick snapshot of three recent court decisions that encourage our hope in God’s ability to work through (as well as in spite of) the judicial branch of our government: (7/26/2021)

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This Ohio School District Wants to Protect the Privacy of Its Students, but the Government Won't Allow It

ADF filed a lawsuit on behalf of an Ohio school district after the government threatened its federal funding over the school's attempts to protect student privacy. (9/2/2021)

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The Supreme Court Gives Privacy Another Chance in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that they would be sending the student privacy case, Gloucester v. G.G., back to the 4th Circuit. (7/28/2021)

Biography

Kate Anderson

Kate Anderson serves as senior counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom, where she is the director of the Center for Parental Rights. (9/13/2021)

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These 24 States Are Calling on the Obama Administration to Stop Imposing Its Agenda on Students

Students should be free to focus on their education and extracurricular activities without worrying who might be joining them in the locker room. (9/2/2021)

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On Our Nation’s Campuses, the Great Struggle Goes On

The struggle for the soul of America – an epic, nation-shaping conflict often referred to as “the Culture Wars” – has been fought on many battlefields. (7/26/2021)

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Year in Review: Our 5 Most Popular Cases of 2016

As 2016 draws to a close, we took a look back at the year’s most popular cases. (7/26/2021)