7/27/2007

If Louisville's education leaders don't immediately allow some 2,800 students affected by the recent U.S. Supreme Court racial diversity ruling to change schools, the lawyer who won the case wants them jailed for contempt of court. The school year starts Aug. 22, and the school board has voted to adjust its student-assignment plan to comply with the ruling by the 2009-10 school year.

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