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States Defend School Funding Laws in Court
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States Defend School Funding Laws in Court

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States Defend School Funding Laws in Court

States Defend School Funding Laws in Court
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Last week, a Texas state judge ruled that the Texas system for funding education is unconstitutional. The state is expected to appeal the case, but Education Week reporter David Hoff tells NPR's Jennifer Ludden there is litigation over school funding in more than half of the states. He gives us a peek at what states to watch.

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