Desegregation cases still active in most Louisiana school districts

July 30, 2007
Two-thirds of districts still are under court supervision.

Across Louisiana, almost two-thirds of all public school districts still fall under federal court supervision to ensure a racial mix in schools. Judges monitor attendance zones, busing policies, racial breakdowns and where new schools are built, but settling the lawsuits is up to each school board or plaintiff, in the absence of federal or state oversight.

Click here to read The New Orleans Times-Picayune article.

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