NY: Don’t ‘discriminate’ against sex offenders, Adelphi University says

Source: thecollegefix.com 6/2/22 University urges non-discrimination against racial minorities, people with disabilities and sex offenders A private university in New York told students, faculty and staff to not discriminate against someone based on a history of sexual offenses. A poster at the university, obtained by The College Fix, has a list of categories and a statement that “I will not discriminate.” The poster has the university’s name on it. People should “not discriminate” against someone based on sex, race, disability or religion according to the poster, nor someone’s “sexual offender…

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MD: Maryland bans sex offenders from being students in pubic schools after Project Baltimore investigation

[foxbaltimore.com – 5/24/21] Baltimore County (WBFF) – Students throughout Maryland are now safer in school. Following a Project Baltimore investigation, Governor Larry Hogan has signed a new law making Maryland the first state in the country to ban registered sex offenders from being students inside public schools. … The new law bans convicted sex offenders from attending Maryland public schools, while setting up alternative means to educate them outside the classroom. Previously, sex offenders could receive special permission by school administrators to enroll. Now, this new law includes a penalty…

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CA: Sex Offender Seeks Access to Son’s School to Enhance His Learning

An admitted registered sex offender is suing the Lancaster School District, alleging he is being wrongfully denied access to his child’s school and to be involved in his son’s education in defiance of the law. The man, identified only as John Doe in the Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit filed Monday, is asking a judge to declare that the state Penal Code does not deny the plaintiff and other registrants access to school grounds for “lawful business.” Full Article

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IN: Justices to decide if sex offender dad can go to son’s school activities

The Indiana Supreme Court must decide if a Howard County father can attend his son’s school activities despite his serious sex offender status after hearing arguments Thursday on an ex post facto claim. After being convicted of child solicitation in 2010, _____ ____ was sentenced to 18 months of probation and was ordered to register as a sex offender for 10 years. However, the Howard Superior Court granted ____ special permission to continue attending his son’s school activities on school property, despite his sex offender status. But when the Unlawful…

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