U.S. District Court Judge Stefan Underhill heard arguments Thursday on a motion to dismiss a suit seeking to challenge one of the state’s key levers to promote diversity in schools. The state is arguing that the parents union, the plaintiff in the lawsuit, lacks legal standing.
The state is asking the court to dismiss the lawsuit, which challenges one of CT’s key levers to promote racial diversity in schools.
“We have the right to know what is happening to our children in the public school system and I’m trying to understand why this board has not weighed in to ensure the protection of Connecticut children,” Gwen Samuel said.
The Connecticut Parents Union held a town hall meeting Tuesday to raise awareness about the lack of transparency in state government.