Board of Sch. Comm'rs of Indianapolis v. Jacobs
420 U.S. 128 (1975)

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Board of Sch. Comm'rs of Indianapolis v. Jacobs, 420 U.S. 128 (1975)

Board of School Commissioners of

the City of Indianapolis v. Jacobs

No. 73-1347

Argued December 11, 1974

Decided February 18, 1975

420 U.S. 128


A purported class action by six named plaintiffs, who at the time were high school students, challenging the constitutionality of certain school rules and regulations, is moot, where all six have graduated from school and the District Court neither properly certified the class action under Fed.Rule Civ.Proc. 23(c)(1) nor properly identified the class under Rule 23(c)(3).

490 F.2d 601, vacated and remanded.

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