The Influence of Race in School Finance Reform

Ryan, James E.
November 1999
Michigan Law Review;Nov99, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p432
Academic Journal
Explores the influence of race in school finance reform by surveying the history of minority districts in school finance litigation in the United States. Myths and realities regarding race and school funding; Methodology; Implications; Conclusion.


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