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Discrimination lawsuit against Harford County Public Schools may be nearing end

May 8, 2022

After a year, a federal lawsuit accusing Harford County’s Public Schools of discriminating against and demoting four Black female assistant principals without due process may be reaching a conclusion. U.S. District Court Judge Timothy J. Sullivan ordered a pretrial settlement conference to be held May 16. If the lawsuit is not resolved, the case will proceed to a jury trial, according to attorney Corlie McCormick, a civil rights lawyer based in Crofton, who is representing the former county schools employees.

Article Source: Baltimore Business Journal

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