Enhancing court capacity to enforce education rights: judicial tools used in Abbott v. Burke
This policy brief examines a critical aspect of quality education litigation: the tools available to courts to fashion and ensure implementation of a constitutional method of funding public education to improve schools.
As a case study, the brief analyzes the techniques employed by the New Jersey Supreme Court in providing a remedy to disadvantaged urban school children in the long-running Abbott v. Burke case.
The Abbott litigation offers important lessons on how courts can ...Expand abstract
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