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December 09, 2004

Howard on litigation and education

As I noted on Nov. 29, Phil Howard's Common Good has set up a new website "Over Ruled" that tracks the burden of litigation and regulation on New York's public schools. Those who missed it should also check out his Dec. 3 editorial on the topic in the New York Times.

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