NAACP “Terms of Conciliation” for LCPS. Read and Insist on Their Removal. Time for We The People to Issue Demands

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring has announced a final determination that the administration of Loudoun County Public Schools’ gifted and talented program allegedly discriminated against Black and Hispanic students who applied to advance placement classes.

“Having found reasonable cause to believe that LCPS’s policies and practices resulted in a discriminatory impact on Black/African-Americans and Latinx/Hispanic students, the division of human rights requests that the charging party and respondent engage in a post-determination conciliation process in an effort to resolve this matter,” Herring wrote in a letter dated Nov. 18.


Originally Posted on 10/20/20: SCARY: NAACP’S “PROPOSED TERMS OF CONCILIATION” FOR LOUDOUN SCHOOLS


Originally Posted on 11/30/20: PACT FOUNDER CALLS NAACP “TERMS OF CONCILIATION” FOR LCPS ‘REPREHENSIBLE’