Research and Writing Resources
Yale Law School students and alums have written on the topic of education reform to satisfy their writing requirements, and many have been published. The following are a few examples of YLS student writing on education-related topics.
Published Student Work
Lindy, Benjamin (YLS ’10), The Impact of Teacher Collective Bargaining Laws on Student Achievement: Evidence from a New Mexico Natural Experiment, 120 Yale L.J. 1130 (2011), available at Benjamin_Lindy._The_Impact_of_Collective_Bargaining_Laws.pdf
Suarez, Christopher A. (YLS ’11), School Discipline in New Haven: Law, Norms, and Beating the Game (April 8, 2010). Journal of Law and Education, October 2010. Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1500049
Suarez, Christopher A. (YLS ’11), Sliding Towards Educational Outcomes: A New Remedy for Education Lawsuits in a Post-NCLB World (November 4, 2009). Michigan Journal of Race & Law, Vol. 15, No. 2, 2010. Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1500049 .
Suarez, Christopher A., Courthouse, Statehouse, or Both? Redefining Institutional Roles in School Finance Reform (January 2, 2010). Yale Law & Policy Review, Forthcoming. Available at http://ssrn.com/abstract=1530364
Student Substantials and SAWs
Matera, Matthew (YLS ’11): “Academic Accountability in Connecticut Charter Schools”
Bradley, Kathryn (YLS ’12): "Reforming Collective Bargaining Laws"
Hines, Christopher (YLS ’12): "Education Reform That Works: What the United States can Learn from Finland"
Meltzer, Joshua (YLS ’12): "Charter Schools and Integration: The Promise of an Untried Alliance"
Students at YLS have worked under the supervision of the following professors to write their substantials and SAWs on education topics: