A report on the litigation strategies and cost-quality issues involved in the Serrano V Priest case in which the California Supreme Court ruled that spending for a child's publicly financed education should not be a function of wealth. Also discussed are the relevance of the Supreme Court's Rodriquez decision as well as the response of the California legislature.
Kenneth L. Karst,
Serrano v. Priest’s Inputs and Outputs,
38 Law and Contemporary Problems
Available at: http://scholarship.law.duke.edu/lcp/vol38/iss3/5