In Robinson V. Cahill, the New Jersey Supreme Court unanimously affirmed a trial court invalidation of the state's school finance statute on the basis of the "thorough and efficient" education clause of the state constitution. This article reviews this case in detail, its genesis, its legal theories, its constitutional guidelines, and its implications for New Jersey and possibly other states.
Paul L. Tractenberg,
Robinson v. Cahill: The “Thorough and Efficient” Clause,
38 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol38/iss3/4