A hearing is set Monday in federal court over whether the Little Rock School District has completed its plan to comply with a federal desegregation order. The district argues that it has completed improvement of its evaluation system, and that it can show improvement among African-American students in literacy, math and science. But Little Rock attorney John Walker says the district has not made a "good-faith effort" to complete its plan. Walker is challenging the district`s effort to be removed from nearly five decades of federal desegregation monitoring. The sides are to present arguments today before U-S District Judge William R- Wilson. In 2002, Wilson released the district from almost all monitoring -- including supervision of extracurricular activities, discipline and hiring policies. The judge kept in place the district`s system for evaluating programs targeting black students.