Pending a possible appeal, Tom Ramos' lawyer is making the case that the charges filed against Ramos will encourage other principals to do the same, intimidating LSCs into submission: This might serve as an
example if another LSC uses their power against
a principal, said Tunick. (Release Curie LSC Chairman From Position SW Herald). Meanwhile, we await the possible appeal, and Jones' arbitration. What do you think? Will the Curie case affect LSC-principal relationships in other schools, and if so in what way?
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