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In Kappan article, Rebell details the history of the educational adequacy movement

In the current issue of Phi Delta Kappan, Michael Rebell describes the evolution of the nation's educational adequacy movement, placing it historical context and assessing its accomplishments and gains.
In the current issue of Phi Delta Kappan, Michael Rebell, executive director of TC's Campaign for Educational Equity and former lead attorney for the plaintiffs in New York State's school finance lawsuit, describes the evolution of the nation's educational adequacy movement, placing it historical context and assessing its accomplishments and gains.
 

Published Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008

In Kappan article, Rebell details the history of the educational adequacy movement

In the current issue of Phi Delta Kappan, Michael Rebell, executive director of TC's Campaign for Educational Equity and former lead attorney for the plaintiffs in New York State's school finance lawsuit, describes the evolution of the nation's educational adequacy movement, placing it historical context and assessing its accomplishments and gains.
 
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