Experience in New Hampshire with the Claremont School District v. Governor case is representative of the state-constitution-based school-funding litigation that has developed across the nation in response to the United States Supreme Court’s decision in San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez. This article describes the behind-the-scenes lawsuit development and happenings in the Claremont trials that challenged the state’s school-funding system.
Andru H. Volinsky,
New Hampshire's Education-Funding Litigation: Claremont School District v. Governor, 635 A.2d 1375 (N.H. 1993), modified, 703 A.2d 1353 (N.H. 1997),
83 Neb. L. Rev.
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