School Dist. of Omaha v. United States,
433 U.S. 667 (1977)

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School Dist. of Omaha v. United States, 433 U.S. 667 (1977)

School District of Omaha v. United States

No. 76-705

Decided June 29, 1977

433 U.S. 667


Where neither the Court of Appeals nor the District Court, in addressing itself to the remedial school desegregation plan for Omaha, Neb., mandated by an earlier decision of the Court of Appeals, addressed itself to the inquiry now required by Dayton Board of Education v. Brinkman, ante p. 433 U. S. 406, the Court of Appeals' judgment is vacated, and the case is remanded for reconsideration.

Certiorari granted; 541 F.2d 708, vacated and remanded.

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