Recently two people who pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the EPISD mess have had their feral sentencing delayed until next year.
According to a Times article the answer is “because the trial of six other ex-administrators charged in the EPISD cheating scheme has been delayed until February”. Under their plea agreements they may be called to testify at that trial.
Shouldn’t their sentence be determined based upon what they did, not what they will do at someone else’s trial?
Many of us see this for what it is.
What would you call it?
We deserve better