The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit has reversed and remanded, in part, a Tennessee federal judge’s grant of summary judgment to a school district that was sued by two female students after a videotape surfaced of them engaging in sexual activity with other male students.

The families of two girls sued Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools alleging Title IX violations, and the district court granted summary judgment to the defendant. The district court also dismissed the victims’ U.S.C. 42 1983 claims.

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