Kimberly Robinson

The Case for a Collaborative Enforcement Model for a Federal Right to Education

PUBLISHER
UC Davis Law Review
DATE
2007-06
 

Abstract

In a nation that professes a strong belief in equal opportunity, many of America’s public schools still fail to offer children a high-quality education. Too often the children who receive substandard educational opportunities are poor, minority, and urban students. Low-income and minority schoolchildren attend markedly inferior schools relative their more affluent and white counterparts.

Citation

Kimberly J. Robinson, The Case for a Collaborative Enforcement Model for a Federal Right to Education, 40 UC Davis Law Review 1653-1746 (2007).
 

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