Jefferson County Board of Education asks 6th Circuit Court of Appeals to set aside current court order for desegregation of schools, 1975 December 15
- Jefferson County Board of Education asks 6th Circuit Court of Appeals to set aside current court order for desegregation of schools and give Judge James F. Gordon time to create a new regime for school year 1977-1978, Board of Education argues that too many white majority schools continue to operate under current plan, Roger O'Neill reporting
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