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Michael Rebell and CFE's landmark case in education law back in court and in the news.

Nine years after the state's highest court found Albany failed to provide New York City with enough school aid, the case went back to court on Wednesday with plaintiffs arguing the state never lived up to that 2006 court order.

You can read about the case and about Prof. Michael Rebell's role in it in the following articles:

"School Funding Case Returns to Court" by Beth Fertig on WNYC.org, Nov. 4, 2015

"Parents Sue to Enforce School Funding Formula" by Andrea Sears on Newsli.com, Nov. 5, 2015.

Published Friday, Nov. 6, 2015

Michael Rebell and CFE's landmark case in education law back in court and in the news.

Nine years after the state's highest court found Albany failed to provide New York City with enough school aid, the case went back to court on Wednesday with plaintiffs arguing the state never lived up to that 2006 court order.

You can read about the case and about Prof. Michael Rebell's role in it in the following articles:

"School Funding Case Returns to Court" by Beth Fertig on WNYC.org, Nov. 4, 2015

"Parents Sue to Enforce School Funding Formula" by Andrea Sears on Newsli.com, Nov. 5, 2015.

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