The New Jersey Supreme Court has held that the local property tax system of financing education does not afford students the level of education mandated by the state constitution because it does not guarantee each student an adequate education.
Robinson v. Cahill, 62 N.J. 473, 303 A.2d 273 (1973).
Vasilis C. Katsafanas,
Constitutional Law - Validity of the Local Property Tax for Financing Education,
Duq. L. Rev.
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