The Source: Education Advocates React To School Financing
The Texas Supreme Court says the public school finance system is broken but it's not un-constitutional.
The state's GOP leader's hailed Friday's decision as a victory for tax payers but what about the school children?
The court's decision represents a departure from past school financing decisions.
What are the implications? Does this mean that the courts are no longer interested in taking on school finance issues for Texas schools?
- Albert Kauffman, professor of Law at St. Mary's University. He is a civil rights litigator who was the lead attorney for the plaintiffs in several of the first school finance cases in Texas.
- David Hinojosa, director of the South Central Collaborative for Equity at the IDRA a non-partisan research and policy center