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An Expensive Law Degree, and No Place to Use It

June 17, 2016 | NewsLinks
By most measures, John Acosta is a law school success story. He graduated from Valparaiso University Law School — a well-established regional school here in northwestern Indiana — in the top third of his class this past December, a semester ahead of schedule. He passed the bar exam on his first try in February.

Editorial: Teacher tenure reforms still in play

June 06, 2016 | NewsLinks
A couple of big decisions are coming up for California students in the state’s worst-performing schools. First, the California Supreme Court will decide in the coming weeks whether to hear an appeal in Vergara v. California.
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Education funding lawsuit likely headed to state high court

April 22, 2016 | NewsLinks
(Subscription required) A divided state appellate court declined to revive two lawsuits alleging that state officials violated the California Constitution by failing to adequately fund K-12 public schools, setting the cases up for review from the state Supreme Court.
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A primer on how the council is making local court funding more equitable across the state (2:53). 

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