ACLU sues on behalf of Highland Park students with low literacy rates

On Thursday the Michigan branch of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) -- with offices on Woodward Avenue in Brush Park -- filed a class-action lawsuit, the first of its kind, against the state of Michigan, state agencies overseeing public education and the Highland Park school system. They did so on behalf of eight students representing the roughly 1,000 children who attend the K-12 public school district.

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