In June 2002, a teacher challenged a northern California public school district's adverse employment policies. Her use of the school district's grievance procedures ignited an almost four-year legal struggle that ended in December 2005, and cost the school district over $600,000. This cost will ultimately be paid by California taxpayers.
The book is well documented and provides the names of all of the primary participants. Also, included are actual statements from arbitration hearing transcripts, court documents, emails and letters.