Judge orders Miss. district to comply with desegregation laws

A federal judge ruled Tuesday that a Mississippi's Walthall County School District must stop allowing white students to transfer out of predominantly black schools because the practice is violating desegregation rules as well as federal law. The judge also ordered an end to the practice of grouping students by race at some district schools in a way that created all-black classes.

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