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Sentimental Supreme Court Wishes

Huckleberryfinndef63542565 It's nice to see that some people are still dreaming big on the education front, whether or not their dreams have much chance of ever happening. 

Here, Chicago lawyer Thomas Geogehan makes the case for one or more legal decisions against locally-funded education (Back to School, Back to Court). 

There's no argument from me that local funding is unfair and inefficient -- or that local control is a sentimental leftover from a previous era. 

That such cases could prevail in court -- or would get shaped and implemented in any useful way -- those are other questions.

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