Claremont School District v. Governor: What does it mean?

Cook, Brad
January 1994
New Hampshire Business Review;1/21/94, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p25
Discusses the New Hampshire Supreme Court's decision on the case of `Claremont School District v. Governor et al.' Case background; Significance of the decision; Constitutional basis of the decision; Recognition of the right to adequate education; Implications of the decision.


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