Low-profile Legal Fight has Big Implications for Education, California Policy Center

On November 18, 2019, the Orange County Board of Education sued the Orange County Superintendent of Schools, Al Mijares, because Mijares refused to recognize that the board had any authority whatsoever over the county department of education budget. You read that right: A school executive does not accept that locally elected board members have any say over how taxpayer dollars are spent.

The article “Low-profile legal fight has big implications for education,” written by Haight Partner Greg Rolen was originally published on the California Policy Center on February 26, 2020.

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February 26, 2020