When Jerome Eisenberg enrolled his daughter at theBrentwood School in Los Angeles, where Adam Levine met some of his Maroon 5 bandmates, the investment manager says he expected her to get a traditional liberal arts education.
But after the murder of George Floyd, the $50,000-a-year school said it was reimagining its purpose “with an eye toward anti-racism” and diversity, equity and inclusion, or DEI. In Eisenberg’s view, Brentwood was pulling a “bait and switch” on parents. He sued the school last year for breach of contract, civil rights violations and emotional distress.
The Brentwood School in Los Angeles pulled a “bait and switch” on parents, according to a lawsuit.
Source: Allison Dinner
“The curriculum change shifted away ...
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