Education; Education policy; Education law; Educational equity; Education finance; Teacher attrition; Teacher career choice; Teacher retention; Teacher shortages
This article first reviews the Sixth Circuit panel decision, settlement agreement, and en banc appellate court action. Then, it explores related recent cases that also address a constitutional right to some level of education. The final section analyzes the viability of arguments asserting a federal right to access to a minimum education under the Fourteenth Amendment and implications of establishing such a federal right.
"Is there a Federal Right to a Minimum Education?,"
BYU Education & Law Journal: Vol. 2020
, Article 1.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/byu_elj/vol2020/iss2/1