January 18, 2012

Washington Supreme Court Holds that State Is Not Adequately Funding Public Education

In a virtually unanimous ruling[1], the Washington Supreme Court began the new year by strongly affirming the trial court’s holding that the state was in violation […]
January 18, 2012

Fourth Major Funding Suit Filed in Texas

Houston, Dallas, Austin and 60 other school districts, representing 1.5 million students or one-third of the lone star state’s school population, filed a suit in late […]
January 18, 2012

Update on School Funding Issues in New York State

In a Wall Street Journal article published on December 27, 2011, Michael A. Rebell, the executive director of the Campaign for Educational Equity, Teachers College, Columbia […]
January 17, 2012

New Report Definitively Finds that Money Does Matter

A recent report written by Bruce Baker and published by the Albert Shanker Institute entitled “Revisiting the Age-Old Question: Does Money Matter in Education?” reviews the […]