What Kitzmiller v. Dover does to all forthcoming ID cases is sets precedence or Stare Decisis (to stand by things decided). In USA law, and judicial rulings, this is a corner stone procedure and better not be diverted without over bearing reasons and evidence, or there would be room for appeals to a higher court.
This is a widely held legal doctrine under which it is necessary for a court to follow earlier judicial decisions when the same points arise again in litigation… see Blacks Law Dictionary, 2001.
Stare Dicisis holds vitally true to all US Supreme Court rulings, US District Courts, and State Supreme Court rulings, and in general our entire legal system.
Kitzmiller v. Dover is a major case specially directed at the ID argument, if any other State or Federal Courts are confronted with the same arguments, they are all but compelled to rule accordingly, but not guaranteed.
More than likely if a ID/creationism case comes up again, (any state or federal district) one party would ask for a “summery judgment” against ID/creationism intruding into a public school, and more than likely relief granted based on Stare Dicisis.
A summary judgment is granted on a claim about which there is no genuine issue of material fact and upon which the movant (the person making the request) is entitled to prevail as a matter of law. This procedural device allows the speedy disposition of a controversy without the need for a trail. See Oregon Rules Of Court and Federal Rules Of The Court, 2005. Summery Judgments have been with us since the founding of the USA.
Beyond this, and perhaps even more important, it is required, as good faith to the court, that if there is a controversy that a “letter of demand” be sent in the hopes of not going to court and solve the issue(s) reasonably. In that letter, if properly constructed would be legal memo, showing the legal weakness of the offending party, any evidence, and stating on what legal grounds you intend to make the claim. Most often, controversies are settled without going to court. The unreasonable party become reasonable and acts accordingly.
Kitzmiller v. Dover and many more as Edwards v. Aguillard, settled any ID/ creationism issues from being in any public schools, private schools, and home schooling. Briefly put, the courts writs are indisputable, valid science will be taught as an academic standard and NOT religious doctrine in science class.
Of course, there are gray areas, micro-management is not necessarily prudent, but if any school board (or teacher) gets egregiously out of line, they can be reigned in to comply with the laws, based on Stare Dicisis.