20 U.S. Code Chapter 39 - EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES AND TRANSPORTATION OF STUDENTS
Part 1—Policy and Purpose
Sec. 1701. Congressional declaration of policy. 1702. Congressional findings.
Part 2—Unlawful Practices
1703. Denial of equal educational opportunity prohibited. 1704. Balance not required. 1705. Assignment on neighborhood basis not a denial of equal educational opportunity.
1706. Civil actions by individuals denied equal educational opportunities or by Attorney General. 1707. Population changes without effect, per se, on school population changes. 1708. Jurisdiction of district courts. 1709. Intervention by Attorney General. 1710. Civil actions by Attorney General; notice of violations; certification respecting undertaking appropriate remedial action.
1712. Formulating remedies; applicability. 1713. Priority of remedies. 1714. Transportation of students. 1715. District lines. 1716. Voluntary adoption of remedies. 1717. Reopening proceedings. 1718. Limitation on court orders; termination of orders conditioned upon compliance with fifth and fourteenth amendments; statement of basis for termination orders; stay of termination orders.
Part 6—Miscellaneous Provisions
1721. Separability. SUBCHAPTER II—ASSIGNMENT AND TRANSPORTATION OF STUDENTS 1751. Prohibition against assignment or transportation of students to overcome racial imbalance. 1752. Appeals from Federal district court transfer or transportation orders affecting school attendance areas and achieving balancing of students; postponement of Federal court orders pending exercise of appellate remedy; expiration of section. 1753. Uniform rules of evidence requirement. 1754. Provisions respecting transportation of pupils to achieve racial balance and judicial power to insure compliance with constitutional standards applicable to the entire United States. 1755. Additional priority of remedies after finding of de jure segregation. 1756. Remedies with respect to school district lines. 1757. Prohibition of forced busing during school year. 1758. Reasonable time for developing voluntary school desegregation plans following detailed notice of violations.
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