Articles from “Understanding Education in the United States: Its Legal and Social Implications Symposium” published

The University of Chicago Law Review has published articles from the “Understanding Education in the United States: Its Legal and Social Implications Symposium.”  The articles in the symposium are below:

Introduction
Richard A. Epstein & Jacob E. Gersen

Making Courts Matter: Politics and the Implementation of State Supreme Court Decisions
Christopher Berry & Charles Wysong

Catholic Schools, Charter Schools, and Urban Neighborhoods
Margaret F. Brinig & Nicole Stelle Garnett

The Gap in Law between Developmental Expectations and Educational Obligations
Emily Buss

The Role of Accreditation Commissions in Higher Education: The Troublesome Case of Dana College
Richard A. Epstein

Do Amish One-Room Schools Make the Grade? The Dubious Data ofWisconsin v Yoder
William A. Fischel

Higher Education’s Gainful Employment and 90/10 Rules: Unintended “Scarlet Letters” for Minority, Low-Income, and Other At-Risk Students
Anthony J. Guida Jr & David Figuli

The Evolving Economic Structure of Higher Education
Henry Hansmann

Religion, Schools, and Judicial Decision Making: An Empirical Perspective
Michael Heise & Gregory C. Sisk

Teaching Patriotism: Love and Critical Freedom
Martha C. Nussbaum

Freedom to Fail: The Keystone of American Federalism
Paul E. Peterson & Daniel Nadler

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