The Supreme Court last Tuesday granted the Department of Education’s request for a one-year relaxation on some aid to poorer school districts but refused to shut the door on the districts’ right to appeal state funding decisions.

The decision came in Abbott v. Burke, the decades-long litigation to vindicate the constitutional right of students in special-needs districts to “a thorough and efficient education.”

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