Compelling Testimony in FCPS Lawsuit – NEW UPDATES

FCPS Admin Center

This week, disturbing and concerning testimony was given at trial where FCPS stands accused of failing to help a middle school student who complained of harassment and bullying 12 years ago.

The only local coverage of the trial, which involves high-powered law firms on both sides, has been published by The Fairfax Times with a series of special reports from investigative journalist Asra Nomani:

Refusing a “nuts and sluts defense,” “Kate” speaks publicly for the first time about her younger self – March 22, 2024 with updates, March 23, 2024

School board attorney brings a pregnant mother to tears as she testifies about her efforts to “get justice” for a friend facing a “toxic” school culture of bullying – March 23, 2024

Fairfax County Public Schools has faced a litany of lawsuits over the past several years, and it is surprising that the current trial has not garnered more media attention. Recently, FCPS won a Supreme Court challenge against its changed admissions process at the Thomas Jefferson School for Science and Technology. Another high-profile case was filed in 2022 alleging FCPS failed to meet the needs of students requiring special education plans. WTOP has the story here: Fairfax Count Schools Education Officials Hit With Class Action Suit Over Disability Hearings

Investigative journalist Asra Nomani has continued to report on the trial. Here are her latest installments for The Fairfax Times:

Kate” on the stand for a second day, recalls details of alleged assaults, attempts to see school counselor

Fairfax County School Board ramps up attacks on a former student, ‘Kate,’’ and her mother

Share This Article:

Newsletter Signup

Sign up to be the first to receive news and events from Fairfax GOP!
Electing Republicans At Every Level

Headquarters

PAID FOR BY FAIRFAX COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE
Powered by VOTEGTR

2024 U.S. Senate & Congressional Primary

GOP Primary Election Day is Tuesday, June 18

Election Calendar

  • Early voting opens 5/3
  • 5/28 – Deadline to register to vote (otherwise, same-day registration with provisional ballot)
  • 6/7 – Deadline to apply for an absentee ballot​
  • 6/8 - One of two Saturdays open for early voting, and additional early voting locations open.
  • Early Voting ends 6/15
  • 6/18 – Election Day

We need you on our team in '24.

Get active in the effort to take back Fairfax County from the progressives hellbent on raising taxes, coddling criminals, and socializing public schools.
1
Step
2
Step
3
Step
4
Step
5
Step
6
Step
First things first. Are you receiving info about local GOP events and elections?

No problem. We can fix that right now.

Thanks. We won’t overload your inbox, but we will keep you in the loop on important Fairfax GOP info and events.

Do you want to recieve news of events via text msg?
By providing your phone number, you are consenting to receive recurring calls and SMS/MMS campaign and donation messages, including autodialed and automated calls and texts to that number from the Fairfax County Republican Committee. Msg & data rates may apply. You agree to the Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Text HELP for help and STOP to stop. Msg & data rates may apply.

The Fairfax GOP is recruiting new members who agree we need to draw a line in the sand and take our county back from the progressives.

Would you consider joining the Fairfax GOP as a voting member so you can have your say on committee business, candidates, and policy resolutions?*
No thanks. Take me back to the Fairfax GOP home page.