March 6, 2015

S. Carolina House Establishes a Task Force to Respond to Court Order

Last November, the S. Carolina Supreme Court issued a ruling in a long-pending adequacy case that held that the state’s education finance system violated the state […]
March 6, 2015

California Districts Sue For Reimbursements of Mandated Costs

Four California school districts and one county office of education (collectively, the “Districts”) have filed a claim alleging that the state legislature’s new testing scheme tied […]
January 6, 2015

Kansas Judges Again Rule That The State Funding System Is Unconstitutional

A three-judge District Court panel in Kansas recently held that it was a “clear fact that constitutional inadequacy from any rational measure or perspective clearly has […]
January 6, 2015

Crying Broke, Arizona Legislature Attempts To Block Increased School Funding

Last summer, Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper issued an order requiring the Arizona State Legislature to immediately increase current funding for all schools districts […]