Judge Rules Students Do Not Have Fundamental Right to Literacy

Headline Roundup July 3rd, 2018

A federal judge ruled that students do not have the fundamental right to literacy, dismissing a case that alleged several Detroit schools were failing to meet the basic needs of students.

Judge Rules Students Do Not Have Fundamental Right to Literacy

From the Right
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A federal judge has made it very clear in a new ruling that the government can force you to send your kids to school, but you can't force the government to actually provide an education there.

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From the Left
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A federal judge late Friday ruled that students at several Detroit schools have no legal right to literacy, dismissing a lawsuit filed in 2016 that took issue with the schools’ “slum-like conditions.”

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From the Center
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A Michigan judge ruled last week that children do not have a fundamental right to learn how to read and write.

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