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for School Law Bulletin Vol. 32 Issue 3, Summer 2001
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In 1994, a group of poor school districts filed a lawsuit against the state, charging failure to provide sufficient funding to educate their students. The North Carolina Supreme Court's ruling recognized that under the state constitution children have a right to a \"sound basic education.\" Coll examines three extensive superior court rulings on this right and how the state's educational future might be affected by them.