Is racial diversity a compelling interest that can justify the use of race in
selecting students for admission to public high schools?
May a school district that is not racially segregated and that normally permits a
student to attend any high school of her choosing deny a child admission to her
chosen school solely because of her race in an effort to achieve a desired racial
balance in particular schools, or does such racial balancing violate the Equal
Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment?