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AGO Opinions with Topic: STATE REIMBURSEMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION OF STUDENTS
AGO 1965 No. 55 >  December 9, 1965
DISTRICTS - SCHOOLS - BOARD OF DIRECTORS - VOLUNTARY STUDENT TRANSFER POLICY TO ALLEVIATE EXISTING RACIAL IMBALANCE - CONSTITUTIONALITY OF POLICY - STATE REIMBURSEMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION OF STUDENTS
DISTRICTS - SCHOOLS ‑- BOARD OF DIRECTORS ‑- VOLUNTARY STUDENT TRANSFER POLICY TO ALLEVIATE EXISTING RACIAL IMBALANCE ‑- CONSTITUTIONALITY OF POLICY ‑- STATE REIMBURSEMENT FOR TRANSPORTATION OF… (1) The voluntary student transfer program which has been initiated by the Seattle School District No. 1 to alleviate existing racial imbalance in certain of its school facilities is constitutionally defensible. (2) Same :  A school district operating a voluntary student transfer program designed to alleviate existing racial imbalance in certain of its school facilities may obtain reimbursement from the state in accordance with state law for costs incurred in providing transportation to transfer students upon approval by the state superintendent of public instruction of the particular transportation plan even though it does not provide similar transportation to its general student population.
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