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And Now the Debates Really Begin

by Martha Minow - July 01, 2002

A look at some of the educational issues likely to arise in the wake of the Zelman decision.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: July 01, 2002
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 10950, Date Accessed: 6/13/2021 2:18:36 AM

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  • Martha Minow
    Harvard Law School
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    MARTHA MINOW, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, teaches Family Law and Civil Procedure. Her scholarship includes articles about the treatment of women, children, persons with disabilities, and members of ethnic, racial, or religious minorities. She serves on the boards of The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law, the Covenant Foundation, the W.T. Grant Foundation, and she is an advisor to Facing History and Ourselves. She has served on the board of several child welfare agencies, the American Bar Foundation, and the Carnegie Corporation Task Force on Education in the Early Years. She is co-chair of an interfamily initiative, Children's Studies at Harvard.
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