Mt. Healthy City Board of Education v. Doyle

2012-10-30 22:12:22 by admin

Mt. Healthy City Board of Education v. Doyle: Facts of the Case

Mt. Healthy City Board of Education v. Doyle: The Court’s Ruling

At issue in Mt. Healthy City Board of Education v. Doyle (1977) was whether a school board could defend itself in a First Amendment retaliation claim by proving that it would have made the same employment decision in the absence of a teacher’s allegedly protected free speech activity.

James Van Patten

See also Board of Regents v. Roth; Connick v. Myers; Eleventh Amendment; Pickering v. Board of Education of Township High School District 205, Will County; Teacher Rights

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