California court rules students have no right to a quality education
By Amelia Hamilton / April 26, 2016 / at CaliforniaWatchdog.org
A California appeals court has ruled that students do not have a constitutional right to a quality education, so an argument that funding levels violate such a right does not stand. This San Francisco court said that, while students have the constitutional right to an education, they do not have the right to any specific level of quality.
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