Detoilet’s Blacks Told by Michigan: “there is no fundamental right to literacy”

Detroit has been a black-run city for decades. Naturally, the city’s failures are the fault of white people who still govern the state of Michigan.

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State of Michigan tells Detroit students ‘Literacy is not a right’

Attorneys for Michigan Governor Rick Snyder are asking a judge to toss out a lawsuit against the state of Michigan filed by students in the Detroit school system and claim that literacy is not a legal right in the state of Michigan.

Seven children filed the lawsuit in September, saying decades of state disinvestment and deliberate indifference to Detroit’s schools have denied them access to literacy.

The plaintiffs say the schools have deplorable building conditions, lack of books, classrooms without teachers, insufficient desks, buildings plagued by vermin, unsafe facilities and extreme temperatures.

The Michigan Attorney General asked a federal judge to dismiss a class action lawsuit arguing that Detroit schools are obligated to ensure that kids learn how to read and write. The state’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit says: “there is no fundamental right to literacy”.

The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Detroit school children by Public Counsel, a California-based law firm dedicated to helping the underprivileged. They’re suing the state because they claim the state has been responsible for education since 1999 – when the state took over Detroit Public Schools.

“I think everybody wants to work together to improve educational outcomes for our kids. If it’s a question of the legal requirements – that’s the subject matter of the lawsuit – in terms of spirits, all of us have been trying to work to improve education in Michigan for every child,” Gov. Snyder said on Monday.

State lawyers dispute that argument and say that “Michigan’s constitution requires only that the legislature provide for a system of free public schools”, leaving the details and deliver to specific educational services to the local school districts.

In other words, the state must provide for schools, but there’s no obligation to make them work.

Nevertheless, the governor says the state has done a lot to help improve public education.

“We work hard on the education of kids. We’ve invested a lot of money on the state level but we need to get better outcomes. That’s something I’ve been focused on ever since I’ve been governor – improving education in Michigan. We’ve made a lot of advances and there’s more work to be done,” Snyder said.

Education realism: Not everyone is going to be good at reading, writing, and ‘rithmetic.

6 thoughts on “Detoilet’s Blacks Told by Michigan: “there is no fundamental right to literacy”

      • I saw this time and time again when I was working in IT programming and applications/database development and had to deal with training negroes with single digit IQ’s. They were overwhelmingly INCAPABLE of grasping anything requiring deep analytical skills. After patiently trying to help them grasp the simplest concepts 100 times, they would to into chimpout level 9 screaming and throwing things; they were like toddlers throwing a tantrum. Every time we were told :give them another chance” This caused many good people to quit or request transfers

        The companies were so afraid of nigger and jew lawyer backlash and what damage it could cause the company that we were all forced to attend mandatory diversity training (translated we had to come down to their level of ooking and eeking and making the negro feel valued and important)

        I think I mentioned this in another topic but I had a black friend who 20 years ago warned me to pray we never have a black president, because every country blacks rule is destroyed. He also knew that most blacks he knew were heavy socialist/communists

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