Lusher and Lake Forest argued that they were guaranteed a certain amount of money per student, and that School Board had violated their contracts.As long as we're going let charter operators feed themselves off of public money, they don't get to pretend they exist in a world apart from the public school system. It's really that simple.
Milazzo disagreed. In order to receive a preliminary injunction, the plaintiffs must show they are likely to prevail on the merits of the case. "This court ... finds it unlikely that plaintiffs will succeed in proving that Act 467 substantially impairs the operating agreements," she wrote.
"It is obvious to this Court that there was no mutual intent of the parties to guarantee plaintiffs funding," she said, calling the testimony "unequivocal." In fact, the School Board "refused to agree to the addition of language guaranteeing any level of funding."
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Judge checks Lusher's privilege
You guys have to play by the same rules everyone else does.