Martha McCarthy

Martha McCarthy is a Presidential Professor at Loyola Marymount University and a Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus at Indiana University.  She specializes in education law and policy, emphasizing First Amendment rights.  She has written more than 10 books and 350 articles/ book chapters and has served as President of the Education Law Association and the University Council for Educational Administration.

Contributions by Martha McCarthy


State Funding for Religious Schools: What the US Supreme Court Should and Likely Will Do in its Espinoza decision

After Espinoza v Montana, the U.S. commitment to church/state separation, which has been the strongest in the school context, no longer may be assured, writes Martha McCarthy in this week's featured response.



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