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Special Education Funding & Wage Differentials under New Jersey’s SFRA

April 28, 2009


As the hour of oral arguments in Abbott v. Burke approaches, I suspect there will be some debate as to whether specific elements of the state’s new school finance formula SFRA are, in fact, appropriate. Two components of SFRA that concerned me long before I participated at trial on behalf of plaintiffs were the adjustment […]

On the “Costs” of Private Schooling

April 13, 2009

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Most often, private school costs are addressed in popular media and think tank reports in the context of policy debates over tuition tax credit and voucher proposals. The typical argument is that public school students may be tuitioned out of the public system at lower cost than the operating cost of the public system to […]