Schools increasingly lose adequacy lawsuits

Once an effective means for schools to increase state funding, adequacy lawsuits have increasingly failed to pass court muster in the past two years. Courts in six states have said that school funding should be decided by lawmakers, not judges, and in other states decisions have been overturned or only modestly increased funding.

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