This article will examine the dispute as it has arisen in Washington, a state which, while an early leader in the fair provision of education, has fallen into the same patterns of inequity as most other states. Unfortunately, the magnitude of these inequities has yet to penetrate the legislative perception, and the character of the problem has yet to be fully understood by the state supreme court—as demonstrated by Northshore. It is hoped that the data and discussion presented here will contribute to a better comprehension of the problem.
William R. Andersen,
School Finance in Washington—The Northshore Litigation and Beyond,
50 Wash. L. Rev.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.law.uw.edu/wlr/vol50/iss4/3