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This case had its roots in a 1969 district court order approving a DeKalb County School System plan to dismantle its segregated school system.  In Freeman, the Court held that "once racial imbalance traceable to the constitutional violation has been remedied, a school district is under no duty to remedy an imbalance that is caused by demographic factors."


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