Eductaional Opportunity: A Workable Constitutional Test For State Financial Structures

April 1969
California Law Review;Apr69, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p307
Academic Journal
Discusses the constitutional struggle potentially involving much of the financial structures of public elementary and secondary education in the United States. Factors which are central to existing systems of school finance; Relation of wealth and offering; Effects of state and local financing plan; Proposition I and the constitution; Existing litigation and 'McInnis v. Shapiro'; Judicial stimulus and state response.


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