- An Appeals Court has dismissed a retired teacher’s claim that administrators at a Cincinnati school discriminated against her because of her fear of children.
- It’s reported that Maria Walterr Whillard taught French and Spanish at Mariemont High School since the 70s, but was transferred to a Middle School in 2009.
- Maria claimed the 7th and 8th graders triggered her phobia of young children and caused high-blood pressure, which forced her to retire in 2011.
- Among other things, Maria’s lawsuit hinged on proving there was a breach of contract by the school district in not keeping her at the High School, or creating a job for her to return to, which was rejected by the court.
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