Supreme Court denies certiorari in racial balancing case

The Supreme Court today denied the petition for writ of certiorari filed by nine minority students in the case called Students Doe v. Lower Merion School District.  The students claimed their school district discriminated against them on the basis of … Continue reading

It’s the discrimination, stupid

After the Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania finished spending millions of dollars to modernize its two high schools, it decided to “equalize” student attendance.  District planners intended to force the same number of students to enroll at each school by … Continue reading

Coverage of PLF’s Supreme Court brief in school redistricting case

The Mainline Media News published an excellent article regarding PLF’s amicus brief in the case Student Does v. Lower Merion School District. As the article explains, the Lower Merion School District in Pennsylvania targeted a neighborhood for redistricting because of … Continue reading

PLF supports minority students against diversity-driven discrimination

The Pacific Legal Foundation filed an amicus brief in the Supreme Court this week supporting African American students being used as pawns in the name of diversity.  The case is Student Does v. Lower Merion School District. After months of debate, … Continue reading