Court rejects Seattle's racial tiebreaker in assignments

07/28/2004 |

Yesterday, a federal appeals court struck down Seattle's use of race as a tiebreaker in determining how to fill seats at popular schools. Legal experts say the decision, one of the first applications of the U.S. Supreme Court's University of Michigan rulings, will have ramifications nationwide for districts' affirmative actions plans.

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