San Jose Mercury News, June 9, by Lisa M. Krieger
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“For many years now, Berkeley and Stanford students seeking high-paid jobs with big law firms seem to have little difficulty getting offers.… At schools like ours, only a small share of positions seem to require being more or less in the top 10 percent of the class.”
Time Magazine, March 12, by Kristin Kloberdanz
“Local school districts have their own autonomy and could sue people,” Sugarman said. “Somebody could start bureaucratically making it more difficult for home-schoolers.” However, Sugarman said the fact that both Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the state superintendent have spoken out against this ruling means that, chances are, even if the case is held up in the California Supreme Court, uncredentialed parents will still be allowed to educate their children.