The Miami-Dade School Board has voted unanimously to admit liability in the case of a 14-year-old student stabbed to death at school three years ago. The admission will make it easier for the boy's family to collect $1 million from the district. The vote came two weeks after Jaime Gough's family sued the district for allegedly withholding public records relating to the case. The boy was slain at Southwood Middle School in 2004.
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EARLIER: The parents of a student stabbed to death in 2004 by a classmate in a Miami-Dade County District middle school bathroom has sued the district. They contend that district officials have refused to turn over public records about school security. (Miami Herald)