Opponents of school reform got punched in the face today in court, losing a massive, broad ranging suit against the state. The plaintiff's case: That virtually every reform enacted in Florida since the late 1990s is unconstitutional.
Today, a judge in Leon County wrote an order that dismissed these claims. From the Palm Beach Post Blog:
"Reynolds dismissed the organization’s wide-ranging claim that Florida had failed its duty to provide every student with a high quality and uniform education, as required by the state constitution since a voter-approved 1998 amendment."