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    • Judicial Enforcement of the Right to an Equal Education in Illinois 

      Seng, Michael P.; Booden, Michael (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1991-11)
      In Brown v. Board of Educ., the United States Supreme Court recognized that "education is perhaps the most important function of state and local governments." However, despite this declaration of policy, the Court has not ...
    • No Other Choice: Litigating and Settling Homeless Education Rights Cases 

      Dowd, Ryan J. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 2003-05)
      This pragmatic article, the first exhaustive review of the issue, details how lawyer advocates can help homeless children have access to the education to which they are legally entitled. Topics discussed include: legal ...
    • The Probative Weight of the "Mainstreaming" Requirement Under the EHA 

      Abrahamson, Linda S. (Northern Illinois University Law Review, 1991-11)
      This comment examines the case law which has developed around the "mainstreaming" provision of the EHA. It focuses on the fact that placement decisions made by school districts are nearly always upheld, regardless of the ...