Suit seeks to let N.J. students transfer from poor schools

07/13/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Two education advocacy groups plan to file a lawsuit today that would allow New Jersey students in 25 low-performing school districts the option to switch to better-performing public or private schools at their former school's expense. One observer says the suit could undermine the landmark decisions of the Abbott v. Burke case, which has improved funding for the state's poorest districts.

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