Ruling: Alaska exit exam violates students' constitutional rights

Alaska funds its schools as required under the state constitution, but inadequate oversight of local districts keeps some students from learning enough to pass state exit exams, a Superior Court judge in Anchorage ruled in the latest adequacy lawsuit seeking increased school funding. Without an adequate education, requiring a state exit exam violates students' constitutional rights, wrote Judge Sharon Gleason.

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