Praesidium

Friday, July 13, 2007

Lotteries Ruled Fair

A court considering the Brighton schools case (see my previous round-ups here and here) have declared lotteries for admissions can produce "a greater degree of justice" and are "a reasonable means of exercising a tie-break function".

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At 5:32 pm, Anonymous conall said...

Not exactly a court case (although in the past there was a legal ruling in Lancashire on school-place lotteries). Cannon Lindley is an independent adjudicator appointed by a government office.

 

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