Does the state have to ensure that all Michigan students get at least a “basic education?”
That’s the question at the heart of a lawsuit filed on behalf of students at five Detroit schools, and that lawyers battled over in federal court on Thursday.
This “right-to-read” lawsuit argues that conditions at those five schools are so terrible, they are unconstitutional. Those conditions include lacking sufficient numbers of qualified teachers, books, labs and computers; and where classroom temperatures range from freezing to over 100 degrees,” the plaintiffs say in their complaint.
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