December 15, 2015

U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Affluent Kansas Parents’ Claim

The United States Supreme Court has declined to review a claim by a group of Kansas parents who argue that local municipalities have a federal constitutional […]
December 15, 2015

Most States Continue to Underfund Education

Six years after the 2008 recession, at least 31 states are still providing less state per student funding than in the 2008 school year, before the […]
April 15, 2015

Review of Post-Recession Education Adequacy Rulings Indicates that Courts Are Reluctant to Establish New Rights but Will Broadly Enforce Existing Ones

Updating Courts and Kids, his 2009 book that provides an overview of education adequacy litigations throughout the country, Michael A. Rebell, the executive director of the […]
April 15, 2015

Report Finds “Devastatingly Large” Funding Inequities Nationwide

In March 2015, the Education Trust, a non-profit advocacy organization, released its recent findings on inequities in school funding.  The report, entitled “Funding Gaps 2015,” builds […]