Principal Appeals Process: "Arbitrary And Capricious"?

We're all learning a lot about the principal appeals/renewal process, or at least I am, and according to Eric Zorn's sensible-sounding column in today's paper (Decision to fire principal doesn't look good, so far) there have been 10 principals who appealed their nonrenewals by their LSC -- all of whom were not able to prove that the decision was "arbitrary and capricious."  Whether that standard is too high or not, I don't know.  For starters, does anyone know the list of schools and principals who tried?

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