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Recent decisions in the public school finance area are likely to increase litigation attacking the quality of educational opportunities available to public school students. Johnson discusses the likelihood of suits challenging intra-district inequality in North Carolina schools and if current provisions are unconstitutional.
North Carolina’s political leaders and the N.C. Constitution say all children have a chance for equal education, no matter where they live. The legislature has adopted a plan to spend $735 million to upgrade North Carolina’s public schools. But a profile of Chapel Hill Senior High and Bertie High explains why the new Basic Education Plan won’t close the gap between rich schools and poor ones.