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Female Air Traffic Controller Instructor Loses Sex Bias Appeal

Nov. 8, 2019, 10:21 PM

A woman who was fired from her job as an instructor for air traffic controller candidates won’t get her sex discrimination lawsuit revived because she couldn’t show she was qualified for the job at the time of termination, the Tenth Circuit ruled.

Gayla Gaskin sued her former employer, Federal Aviation Administration contractor Science Applications International Inc., under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act for allegedly firing her for being female. The company said she was terminated for code of conduct violations after an investigation by the FAA said she had made crude comments to students and touched them in...

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