The scholar-incentive plan-what is it? is it constitutional? Professor Manning traces the policy background of Governor Rochefeller's program for higher education and considers the objections raised by critics under the New York State Constitution. From an examination of the legislative policy regarding the role of private institutions in the higher educational system of the state and of the constitutional cases, he argues that the strict prohibitions of the state charter are inapplicable in the area of higher education.
Leonard F. Manning,
Aid to Education-State Style,
29 Fordham L. Rev. 525
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