Friday, January 23, 2015

WPost: The school system spent $716,917.25 defending the cases between July 2012 and December 2014...

...Between the jury award and legal expenses, the cases have cost the county schools more than $1 million. The school system spent $716,917.25 defending the cases between July 2012 and December 2014, according to information obtained through a Maryland Public Information Act request.
Late last summer, a jury awarded $350,000 to a former English teacher, who accused the school system of discriminating against him because he is white. Jon Everhart said he was forced out of his job by Simpson-Marcus, who is black, because of his race. Months later, the school system settled a second case, filed by a former employee, a black secretary, who sued because she said she was retaliated against for reporting Simpson-Marcus to supervisors...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/education/md-high-school-principal-accused-of-discrimination-has-left-her-job/2015/01/22/c4bc4e3e-9e72-11e4-bcfb-059ec7a93ddc_story.html


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