The Education Article of the Illinois State Constitution, Article X, is one of the briefest in the document. Yet it deals with a subject which is of paramount importance to our society: the development of future generations of citizens--those who will be responsible for our democratic way of life, our culture in all its diversity, and the preservation and evolution of those values which underpin our society. This essay will devote its attention to Section 1, for statements of purpose and policy are often those most subject to ambiguity (deliberate or otherwise), to potential misinterpretation, and to the continued need for debate on public policy.
"The Education Article of the 1970 Constitution: Selected Policy Issues for Consideration and Debate at the Next Constitutional Convention,"
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