This week we tackle the simple and uncontroversial topic of education funding with Josh Weishart. We plumb the depths of equity, equality, luck, adequacy, and sufficiency. Legislatures vs. courts, duties and immunities. Luckily Josh saves us from our usual inadequacy.
This show’s links:
- Josh Weishart’s faculty profile and writing
- Amy Piller, I’m a New York City school administrator. Here’s how segregation lives on.
- Joshua Weishart, Transcending Equality Versus Adequacy
- San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez
- About John Rawls’ Difference Principle
- Elizabeth Anderson, What Is the Point of Equality?
- Debra Satz, Equality, Adequacy, and Educational Policy
- Gannon v. State; and a summary of school finance litigation in New Jersey
- Mark Kelman and Gillian Lester, Jumping the Queue
- Joshua Weishart, Reconstituting the Right to Education
- Christian Turner, Origins of the Public/Private Theory of Legal Systems
- About Hohfeld
- Scott Bauries, State Constitutions and Individual Rights: Conceptual Convergence in School Finance Litigation; Scott Bauries, Is There an Elephant in the Room?: Judicial Review of Educational Adequacy and the Separation of Powers in State Constitutions