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Law Review-PRIMARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION

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Margaret Spellings, NCLB: moving forward; Jay P. Greene, Jonathan Butcher, Laura Israel Jensen and Catherine Shock, You can't choose if you don't know: the failure to properly inform parents about NCLB school choice; Dan Lips, The next chapter in the tragic history of federal education policy; Michael J. Petrilli, No hubris left behind: right-sizing the federal role in K-12 education; Kamina Aliya Pinder, Using the federal law to prescribe pedagogy: lessons learned from the scientifically-based research requirements of No Child Left Behind; Nina S. Rees, Does education need a devolution revolution?; Shelby Wolff Reitz, Mastering two services: advancing public values through school privatization. Bong Hits and the enduring Hamiltonian-Jeffersonian colloquy; Erwin Chemerinsky, How will Morse v. Frederick be applied?; Sonja R. West, Sanctionable conduct: how the Supreme Court stealthily opened the schoolhouse gate; Richard W. Garnett, Can there really be "free speech " in public schools?; Stephen Kanter, Bong Hits 4 Jesus as a cautionary tale of two cities; Douglas Laycock, High-value speech and the basic educational mission of a public school: some preliminary thoughts.

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