ScottRiqui wrote:NYSprague wrote:The agreement is permanent. The DOJ monitoring lasts 4 years.
Though I'm sure it can be changed as needed with court approval.
Where did you find this? The relevant part of the decree seems to say that although the practice of flagging scores is gone forever, the decree (and not just the monitoring) has a term of four years:
Term Of This Decree. This Decree shall become effective as of the date that it is entered by the Court and shall remain in effect for four (4) years from that date. However, LSAC’s agreement to discontinue score annotations as stated in Paragraph 9 shall continue in perpetuity beyond the term of this Decree, absent agreement of the United States and the DFEH. The Court shall retain continuing and exclusive jurisdiction for the duration of the Decree to enforce the terms of the Decree. The United States, the DFEH, and/or LSAC may apply to the Court for such further orders as may be necessary for, or consistent with, the enforcement of this Decree.
I remembered it wrong. I think there is something about following best practices after the committee determines them- that is what I was thinking of, in addition to the flagging.