Watts v. Seward Sch. Bd.,
381 U.S. 126 (1965)

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Watts v. Seward Sch. Bd., 381 U.S. 126 (1965)

Watts v. Seward School Board

No. 923

Decided May 3, 1965

381 U.S. 126


The cause, involving school teachers who claim that their dismissals for activities in attempting to remove a school official and board members violate the First and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution, is remanded to the Supreme Court of Alaska to allow that court to consider the effect, if any, of supervening changes in state law upon this case.

Certiorari granted; 395 P.2d 372, judgment vacated and case remanded.

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