You get the slop you're served, and you'd better be grateful for it, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled on November 7th. You have no right to a "quality" education of any kind. From the article:
“'This ruling should outrage anyone who cares about our public education
system,' said Kary L. Moss, executive director of the American Civil
Liberties of Michigan. 'The court washes its hands and absolves the
state of any responsibility in a district that has failed and continues
to fail its children.'”
Not sure how to feel about this. It's a sad and sorry thing that the schools don't have to offer any guarantees in exchange for the billions they get in tax dollars. But the fact that the court seems to rule there is no "right" to a quality public education seems to bode well for homeschoolers in the long term, particularly those who are enmeshed in court battles with public education representatives and/or DFS over the quality of education they are providing for their own children at home.