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    Serrano v. Priest

    Implications for Educational Equality

    William N. Greenbaum
    The concept of equality has played a profound role in the course of world history. Both practical and ideal notions of equality have been crucial in shaping interpersonal relationships, small groups, organizations, and even whole societies. In this last category, the American democratic experiment provides a prime illustration as well as strong evidence of the continuing disparity between actual and conceptual equality.

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    Winter 1971 Issue

    Abstracts

    Accumulating Evidence
    Procedures for Resolving Contradictions among Different Research Studies
    Richard J. Light, Paul V. Smith
    Cuban Education and the Revolutionary Ideology
    Samuel Bowles
    Serrano v. Priest
    Implications for Educational Equality
    William N. Greenbaum
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