Educational Opportunities Section Cases Sorted By Protected Class

Some selected cases are cited below, sorted by protected class, with links to case summaries, complaints, briefs, settlement agreements, consent decrees, orders, and press releases, as appropriate and available. These cases also are sorted by type (e.g., harassment, higher education, and Title IX) and may be reviewed under those categories by clicking here. While we endeavor to ensure that the electronic copies of the documents on this site are complete and accurate (apart from formatting changes necessitated by the conversion to HTML format), errors or omissions may occur. The official text of any legal document is the version filed with the clerk of the court.

Disability
National Origin
Race
Religion
Sex

DISABILITY
  • County of Henrico School Board v. R.T. (E.D. Va.)
          Summary       Amicus Brief       Opinion
  • Jefferson Independent School District & United States v. Texas Education Agency (E.D. Tex.)
          Summary       Consent Decree       Order of Dismissal
  • Lee and United States v. Macon (M.D. Ala.)
          Summary       Consent Decree
  • M.A. v. Newark Public Schools (D.N.J.)
          Summary       Intervention Brief      Opinion*

    *This link connects to the website of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. If you are unable to access or read the pdf files and require a printed version of the document, please contact the Educational Opportunities Section at (202) 514-4092, and a Department of Justice representative will return your call within three business days.


NATIONAL ORIGIN

RACE

*These links connect to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi's website. If you are unable to access or read the pdf files and require a printed version of the documents, please contact the Educational Opportunities Section at (202) 514-4092, and a Department of Justice representative will return your call within three business days.


RELIGION

SEX

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Updated August 6, 2015

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