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Susanna Bagdasarova, Erica Frankenberg

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Christopher A. Suarez

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Despite their joint relevance to democracy, no article to date has attempted to analyze election law alongside education law. This Article examines the relationship between the doctrinal threads of these bodies of law. From this study, this Article concludes that, while election law is imbued with democratic principles to guide courts and policymakers— such as the

Jeanne L. Reid

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As public policy attention has focused on families’ access to preschool, both federal and state policymakers are concerned with the quality of public preschool. Discerning the components of preschool quality, measured by how much children learn, is therefore an important task for early education researchers. Whether and how preschool class composition, and in particular, racial/ethnic diversity,

Sarah Diem, Genevieve Siegel-Hawley, Erica Frankenberg, Colleen Cleary

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School district boundary lines are a central driver of segregation and educational inequality. Most metropolitan areas are fragmented by multiple school systems that differ widely in their racial and socioeconomic makeup, as well as students’ access to educational resources. This Article explores the impact of school district consolidation and fragmentation processes