Supreme Court Won't Hear Appeal Of N.C. Desegregation Case

The Supreme Court yesterday said it will not hear an appeal sought by black parents to reverse a ruling ending the nation's longest-running busing program. For the first time in 32 years, the Charlotte-Mecklenberg school district can implement a student assignment plan that does not use race in determining where a child will attend school. In a related move, a federal judge in Dayton, Ohio, lifted a desegregation order to end that city's 25 years of busing.

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