Liberate Public Schools
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|Introduction: Anatomy of Carlin v. Board of Education
Pro Bono Publico Representation of Busing Dissenters in Carlin v. Board of Education
|2.||Groundswell Dissenters Gain Intervenor Status||30|
|3.||Groundswell Dissenters Befriend Counterparts in Supreme Court||48|
|4.||Groundswell Intervenors Again Seek End of Court Jurisdiction||57|
|5.||Upon Reconsideration Court Grants Motion to Terminate Jurisdiction||69|
|6.||Court Adopts "Final" Order Terminating Jurisdiction, but Pyrrhically not until at least January 1, 2000||80|
|7.||Groundswell Motion to End Jurisdiction Conditionally Granted, Effective July 1, 1998||91|
|8.||The Struggle Continues Countrywide to End Race-Based Assignments in Public Schools||102|
|9.||Lesson from Thirty-Year Carlin v. Board of Education lawsuit: Free Public Schools from Government by Lawsuit
|Appendices [photocopied documents — print only]
|Referenced Rights Cases by Title|
|Referenced Rights Cases by Date|
|Referenced U.S. Supreme Court Justices|
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|Separation of Powers:
Constitutional points bearing on the separation of powers,
and thereby on judicial oversight of American public schools.
|See also Enstrom's November 1999 Presentation to the Board of Education, San Diego City Schools; with 6th-Grader
Kimberly's Protest Letter.
|Busing — Opposed: Contents|
|Parental Handbook: Contents|