Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Federal judge who accused BoE of discrimination might force it to comply

The federal judge who ruled against the Board of Education on the sex-ed controversy and accused it of discrimination might force it to comply with its agreement.

Rockville attorney John R. Garza says there is "a very good chance" that the group that won the case, Citizens for Responsible Curriculum, "would ask a county Circuit Court judge or U.S. District Court Judge Alexander Williams Jr. to enforce the agreement as CRC sees it. In May, Williams issued the order stopping the revised curriculum from being taught."

The BoE has been dragging its feet on the compliance order.