One must exercise special care in interpreting Article VII. Not only has it been amended several times as Nebraskans have worked toward the proper structure for the provision of public education, but it was also rewritten extensively by the Constitutional Revision Commission. The amendments approved in 1972 reflected the Commissions’ rearrangement and redrafting of the sections in order to put the material in a more logical sequence. The Legislature shall provide for the free instruction in the common schools of this state of all persons between the ages of five...
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