Property Taxes & Public Education Essay by The Research Group

Property Taxes & Public Education
Theory & practice of this issue and looking at court decisions, fairness, advantages & disadvantages and examples.
# 20888 | 2,250 words | 23 sources | 1994 | US
Published on Mar 04, 2003 in Law (General) , Education (General)


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"FUNDING EDUCATION IN NEW JERSEY
Introduction
The Supreme Court of the State of New Jersey ruled in July 1994 that the funding plan for public education in New Jersey was unconstitutional.. Simultaneously, the State Supreme Court ordered that parity in public educational funding be established within the state. The reasoning underlying the Court's ruling was that schools located in poor areas of New Jersey were being ?shortchanged.?.
This ruling came at a time when Republican Governor Christine Whitman was attempting to carry out her election promise to reduce taxes in New Jersey.. New Jersey's legislature at the time of the ruling had been attempting to provide property tax (the primary source of school funds in the state) relief to.."

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