Abstract

We undertook this volume to advance two primary goals: to encourage analysis of the enduring legacy of the Rodriguez decision and to promote the development of new ideas on how to realize the unfinished work of the Rodriguez plaintiffs. In pursuing these goals, we sought to move beyond the debates over whether the Rodriguez majority reached the right decision and whether money influences educational outcomes to generate innovative proposals for the legal and policy reforms needed to make equal access to an excellent education a reality for the nation's schoolchildren.

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Book

Publication Date

2015

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Co-editor: Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.

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Education Law Commons

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