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Students Sue Failing School District for Denying them Right to Read

Now, this is interesting.

Students are suing the state of Michigan and their Detroit-area school district for violating their “right to read.”

The class-action lawsuit appears to be the first of its kind, and potentially signals a new wave of civil rights litigation in the United States to enforce laws intended to boost academic achievement, education law experts say.
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2 comments:

Mack Hall, HSG said...

They will no doubt use the award for real private schools, complete sets of the Great Books, tutoring, trips to museums, and piano or violin lessons.

Anonymous said...

As it is a class-action lawsuit, they won't see much more than $50 each, no matter how big the settlement. The bulk of the money will go to the lawyers, for so-called "costs" and the huge shared fee.


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