Proposed 2022 California ballot initiative sets stage to define ‘high-quality’ education


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October 8, 2021
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That disturbs Koski, a professor of law and professor of education at Stanford Law School and Stanford Graduate School of Education“At first blush, the initiative looks promising. Who could be against a high-quality education?” he wrote in an email. “But any right is only as good as its remedy. The ‘right’ to a high quality education created by this initiative may not be realized because the remedy is so limited. It only allows children, families and their communities to attack educational laws, policies and regulations, but explicitly prohibits them from seeking funding to improve their schools.”

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