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School Sex-Harassment Case to Be Argued Next Term

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The U.S. Supreme Court has just issued the schedule for oral arguments for its April session, the final round of cases to be argued for decision in the court's 2007-08 term.

The absence of Crawford v. Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County (Case No. 06-1595) from the schedule means that that case, which concerns alleged retaliation against a witness in an investigation into sexual harassment in a school district central office, will be argued in the high court term that begins next October.

I reported on the Crawford case in the blog here and in Education Week here. The latter story also discusses how the Supreme Court's current term has been relatively light on education cases.

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Do you know which court made the ruling and the name of the case concerning high schools denying students earned credit due to poor attendance?

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