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BOSTON -- A federal judge found a school district did not violate a school board member's rights by firing her after discovering her history of creating and promoting homophobic, transphobic and anti-critical race theory content on TikTok. Supervisors’ comments that they found her content “disgusting” and “a ball of hate” does not show that her firing was motivated by mere disagreement with her posts, but were explicitly connected to the posts’ impact on student learning.