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Spiritual Life

Redefining equality for religious schools

Harvard Law professor and author Martha Minow discusses how courts are relocating the proverbial wall between church and state. Harvard Law professor and author Martha Minow discusses how courts are relocating the proverbial wall between church and state.
By Rich Barlow
June 21, 2008

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'Separate but equal" education has been in the vernacular - first as law, then as discredited policy - for more than a century. So you'd think we'd all agree on what "equal education" means. (Full article: 792 words)

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