The University of Kentucky Colleges of Education and Law held a symposium on October 21, 2009, to commemorate the 1989 Rose v. Council for Better Education court case. The case is among the most influential and important school finance decisions in U.S. history and represents one of the most important cases ever decided by the Kentucky Supreme Court. The decision led to the formation of the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA) in 1990. This is video of the remarks given by Debra Dawahare, Esq., who represented the Council for Better Education in the case, and Judge Ray Corns, who wrote the District Court Opinion.

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