Supreme Court Won’t Hear School Administrator’s Retaliation Case

The Supreme Court declined to take up the appeal of a school administrator who claimed a school district retaliated against her for drawing attention to a funding disparity in the construction of schools in black and white neighborhoods.

The Supreme Court denied the petition for certiorari, or review, in Warren v. Kemp, in an unsigned order on Feb. 26.

No justices dissented. The court did not provide reasons for its decision. At least four of the nine justices have to vote to grant the petition for it to advance to the oral argument stage.

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