Judge Throws Out Discrimination Lawsuit By Child-dragging Principal

From Dan Tepfer, CT Post:

A Superior Court judge has thrown out the discrimination lawsuit a former city school principal filed against the Board of Education after she was suspended without pay for dragging young children along school corridors.

Judge Michael Kamp granted a motion by the school board to dismiss the lawsuit filed by Carmen Perez-Dickson after ruling that the issues had already been decided by a federal judge.

Acting Superintendent of Schools Fran Rabinowitz said she could not comment on the facts of the case because they occurred before her tenure, but she added she is happy the case is over.

“I’m grateful we don’t have additional attorney’s fees, because our resources are already very low,” Rabinowitz said.

Full story here.

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