Robin has just graduated with an MS in elementary education. He sends his rÃ©sumÃ© to a number of school boards, and one writes back offering an interview for a kindergarten position. When Robin arrives at the interview, it is obvious that the interviewers had expected a female. They ask a few general questions and conclude the interview. Two days later he gets a rejection letter. He later finds out that a female applicant with only a bachelor’s degree was hired. He believes that he has been discriminated against due to sex, and he files a complaint with the EEOC. The school district defends by saying that kindergarten teachers are traditionally female and that the parents’ preference is for a female to conduct the class. Is the school board justified in its actions, and will its defense be effective?
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