Colorado Christian requests transgender policy exemption

May 5, 2016

Colorado Christian University is among 233 religious-based schools that have requested exemptions to a federal law prohibiting discrimination of transgender students.

The U.S. Department of Education clarified in 2014 that Title IX protects transgender students from discrimination at school, including in bathrooms and sports teams, admissions and housing. Private, religious-based schools have always been able to seek exemptions of Title IX regulation.

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