In Richland Parish, Louisiana, Rayville Elementary School was graded as a failing school per the state's grading rubric for school quality. This policy specifies that students can leave their geographically-defined district in order to enroll in a better school nearby; I had the same option when I was in school, but I remained at my high school.
An interesting scenario has cropped up here, however: per desegregation laws established in the 1960s, white students are not allowed to leave a school if transferring would cause the school to be considered "All Negro." This, in effect, has backfired. White students at this failing school are now being discriminated against; their race means that they are not allowed to leave this failing school.
Link to a school letter with this notification.
I find this situation very amusing in context, even though the implications for these students is quite serious.
EDIT: Adding my two cents. I think this situation is going to be resolved quickly, considering it's a constitutional issue involving discrimination against a minority, but I don't think this is in any way hate-based. I think the school is simply following the legal precedent and giving parents very easy grounds to charge the school, which is how a case like this would have to be argued.