The Kentucky Case: A Transition Point in the National Struggle for Equitable and Adequate SchoolsOrganization of Educational Historians (2011)
AbstractUsing historical and legal resources, this study uses the Kentucky Case, Rose v Council for Better Education to illustrate the political commitment of professional educators in the development of a rationale now used in many states that pursue equitable and adequate public school education for all children.
Publication DateOctober 8, 2011
Citation InformationRichard E. Day. "The Kentucky Case: A Transition Point in the National Struggle for Equitable and Adequate Schools" Organization of Educational Historians (2011)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/richard_day/47/