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If the League gets sued, the paperwork will look like this:


....so then this instructor was trained six months after you first received substantial criticism of your new seminar format?

A:  Yes

Q:  Are you aware that the Effective Cycling curriculum, teacher training materials and course prerequisites that you decided to rewrite were jointly written by two people, one with a master's degree in education and the other with a Ph.D. in education?

A:  Yes

Q:  Did you ask for their thoughts on rewriting these materials?

A:  No.  I didn't contact them at all.

Q:  Before rewriting the teacher training materials, did you ask the League's education committee to go through the existing materials and advise you about things they would change and things they would keep the same?

A:  No

Q:  And at the time you began rewriting these materials, you had never taught a single League Bike Ed course yourself, correct?

A:  Correct.

Q:  Are you aware that the League-certified instructor whose competence is at issue in this litigation told her seminar instructor that she could not ride a bike in traffic?

A:  Yes.

Q:  Under the system that was in place before your work, would such an instructor candidate have met the prerequisites to attend the seminar?

A:  I guess not.

Q:  You guess.  I can't wait to quote that.  Can you explain why


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