Juliet Evancho; Elissa Ridenour; and A.S. v. Pine-Richland School District (USA)

Pine-Richland School District, a Pennsylvania school district, agreed to pay a $135,000 settlement in a lawsuit over the school district’s policy regarding sex-segregated facilities.  The three plaintiffs, who identify as transgender and who sued the school because “the school wouldn’t allow them to use the restroom corresponding with gender identity rather than birth gender,” were awarded $20,000 each and $75,000 was awarded to their attorney.  In agreeing to settle the dispute, the school district now allows students to use the (previously) sex-segregated facilities that “consistently and uniformly [match their] asserted gender identity.”

Transgender Graduates Get $20,000 Each After Restroom Dispute — dailysignal.com

Juliet Evancho; Elissa Ridenour; and A.S. v. Pine-Richland School District (USA) — Gender Identity Watch