The Nation looks at new court decisions that define public school standards, so as to guard the principles of equity and adequacy. The report reveals that, according to the judges' voluminous opinions, "failing public schools violate state constitutions." The author concludes that "the adequacy argument doesn't always lead to the reform of blatantly inferior rural or inner-city schools" and that "adequacy can mean a lot of things."
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