CEE’s E.D. Michael Rebell provides Legal Context for CT Educational Adequacy Litigation

As Economy Struggles, Disparity Of Wealth Becomes More Glaring(Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

In a recent article in The Atlantic, “Good School, Rich School; Bad School, Poor School,” CEE executive director Michael Rebell provides the legal context for educational adequacy litigation in Connecticut. Despite being one of the wealthiest states in the union, Connecticut is grappling with longstanding and substantial inequities. Rebell goes on to explain how, “since the 1970s, nearly every state has had litigation over equitable education.” 

Read more about the struggle to equitably fund all public schools.

 

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