In addition to An Educated Guess, NSBA also has published, in conjunction with the College Board, Not Black and White: Making Sense of the United States Supreme Court Decisions Regarding Race-Conscious Student Assignment Plans, which can be a valuable resource for school districts as they seek to improve educational outcomes and ensure equal opportunity by enhancing school-based student diversity.
What does US stand for?
US stands for United States Supreme Court Decisions
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The amendment preserved the constitutional status of the death penalty in Florida by requiring the cruel or unusual punishment clause of the Florida Constitution to be interpreted in conformity with the United States Supreme Court decisions construing a similar provision within the United States Constitution.
The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions.
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The cloud of uncertainty that has hovered over the law of confessions as a result of several United States Supreme Court decisions of the past few years has been dissipated to some extent by the Court's rulings and opinions in four very recent cases.
Tribal police forces, which have the greatest interest in maintaining law and order on their reservations, have very limited authority, as a result of recent United States Supreme Court decisions.