Pasadena City Bd. of Ed. v. Spangler,
423 U.S. 1335 (1975)

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Pasadena City Bd. of Ed. v. Spangler, 423 U.S. 1335 (1975)

Pasadena City Board of Education v. Spangler

No. A-538

Decided December 22, 1975

423 U.S. 1335


Application to stay, pending disposition of appeal by Court of Appeals, the District Court's order enjoining applicant school board members' creation of a "fundamental school" is granted, where certiorari has been granted in applicants' related petition presenting the issue whether the District Court still had control over the unitary school system which has been in compliance with that court's desegregation decree for four years.

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