Attorney will no longer pursue her claims against Education Testing Service
All eyes were on Miami Gardens high school student Kamilah Campbell late December and early January as she challenged the College Board and the Educational Test Service’s decision to flag her October SAT scores. Campbell’s case garnered national attention after famed civil-rights attorney, Ben Crump, was hired to represent her in her fight against the two powerful entities. In early January, Crump criticized the testing service’s lack of transparency and lack of providing evidence of the cheating it alleged in a letter to Campbell. Since, there were no more public comments made on the case until last Thursday, when Crump announced that he will no longer represent Campbell and that the teen may consider retaking the SAT.