Jefferson Parish Sch. Bd. v. Dandridge,
404 U.S. 1219 (1971)

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Jefferson Parish Sch. Bd. v. Dandridge, 404 U.S. 1219 (1971)

Jefferson Parish School Board v. Dandridge

No. A-231

Decided August 30, 1971

404 U.S. 1219


There being no more than the normal difficulties incident to the transition from a dual to a unitary school system, there is no basis for staying the District Court's order to desegregate the Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, public schools, which have been involved in litigation for seven years.

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