Calhoun v. Latimer,
377 U.S. 263 (1964)

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Calhoun v. Latimer, 377 U.S. 263 (1964)

Calhoun v. Latimer

No. 623

Argued March 31, 1964

Decided May 25, 1964

377 U.S. 263


Subsequent to the argument in this Court, the Atlanta Board of Education set forth in a resolution its pupil assignment and transfer policy for the ensuing school year. The cause is remanded to the District Court to test the nature and effect of the resolution and the entire plan for school desegregation under considerations set forth in Watson v. City of Memphis, 373 U. S. 526; Goss v. Board of Education, 373 U. S. 683; and Griffin v. County School Board of Prince Edward County, ante, at 377 U. S. 218.

321 F.2d 302 vacated and remanded.

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