July 9, 2020

IDAHO FEDERAL COURT AGREES TO PROCEED WITH DUE PROCESS FUNDING CLAIM

Since 2013, various plaintiff groups have asked the Idaho state courts to compel the state to comply with previous court orders to provide the “thorough education” […]
July 9, 2020

THREAT TO RE-OPEN MASSACHUSETTS FUNDING CASE

Last January, plaintiffs in Mussotte v. Peyser, an adequacy case filed by parents in seven high poverty school districts and a coalition of advocacy groups, withdrew […]
July 9, 2020

FIVE STATES AND D.C. SUE DEVOS ON CARES ACT FUNDING

The Attorneys General of five states —- California, Michigan, Maine, New Mexico, Wisconsin—-and the District of Columbia filed a suit earlier this week in the U.S. […]
July 9, 2020

NEW MEXICO JUDGE DENIES STATE’S MOTION TO TERMINATE MAJOR ADEQUACY CASE

First Judicial District Court Judge Matthew Wilson last week denied the State of New Mexico’s motion to dismiss the Yazzie/Martinez case.  In that major 2018 adequacy […]