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2006

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U.S. Supreme Court

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Book Review. The Supreme Court And Religion In American Life, Daniel O. Conkle Jan 2006

Book Review. The Supreme Court And Religion In American Life, Daniel O. Conkle

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The Supreme Court's Role In The Growing School Choice Movement, Kevin D. Brown Jan 2006

The Supreme Court's Role In The Growing School Choice Movement, Kevin D. Brown

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The expansion of school choice in elementary and secondary education, particularly in urban areas, is one of largest current educational reform movements sweeping the nation. This is true despite the fact that it is still too early for a consensus to develop about the educational benefits of increased choice. 1 Society always precedes schooling. Thus, major educational reforms pass in and out of favor depending on social conditions and how prevailing patterns of understanding interpret those conditions.2 Among the most significant social developments influencing educational reforms are legal decisions. Since the Supreme Court is the final authority on constitutional ...