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Joshua Dunn is professor of political science at the University of Colorado–Colorado Springs. His research focuses on judicial policymaking and in particular the influence of the courts on education. He is the author of Complex Justice: The Case of Missouri v. Jenkins (University of North Carolina Press 2008) and the co-editor, with Martin West, of From Schoolhouse to Courthouse: The Judiciary’s Role in American Education (Brookings 2009). He also authors a quarterly article on law and education for Education Next.

Published Articles & Media

Doubtful Jurisprudence

Court offers schools little guidance

Courts and Choice

Testing the constitutionality of charters and vouchers

The Enforcers

Parents may gain right to sue over NCLB

Adequately Fatigued

Court rulings disappoint plaintiffs

Affirmative Action Docketed

The Supreme Court takes up race-based school assignment

Judging Money

When courts decide how to spend taxpayer dollars

Virtual Legality

Unions and Home Schoolers Attack Internet Education

A Setback in Dover

Last rites for Intelligent Design

Florida Grows a Lemon

Court contortions overturn a successful voucher program

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