Cases 3 - Keyes v. School District The court ruled that...

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Keyes v. School District The court ruled that both northern and southern school boards must integrate where one could show where northern schools had adopted policies for desegregation; ct decided that it was de facto segregation; if they are going to claim segregation, they must do it for every school district Northern school boards must also integrate because it was shown that there was purposeful discrimination in a substantial part of the school system. Rodriquez v. San Antonio The court rejected the notion that education was a fundamental right; the court rejected the notion that it will presume all policies of this nature unconstitutional; the poor will not be classified under the suspect class; no one has the right to an education. Derolph Case The Supreme Court said that the right to an education is a fundamental right in OHIO. Milliken v. Bradley Rejected a system wide desegregation plan; the court ruled that the judge exceeded his authority because you couldn’t impose an interdistrict remedy if there
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course POL 142 taught by Professor Jones during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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Cases 3 - Keyes v. School District The court ruled that...

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