Judge approves school-case settlement

Posted: December 29, 2012 at 2:49 a.m.

A federal judge approved a settlement through which the Pulaski County Special School District agreed to pay $875,000 to cover two decades of litigation and desegregation monitoring by attorneys for the Joshua intervenors, representatives of black students in a 30-yearold desegregation case.

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