MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A state appeals court on Tuesday upheld a lower court's decision throwing out a lawsuit filed by a father and son who said students shouldn't be required to do homework over the summer.
The kid was in an honors math class which gives extra credit as it is. The appeals court said:
"The Larsons have utterly failed to present an arguable legal basis showing why their case should not have been dismissed,'' the appeals court said. "Summer homework - particularly for an honors class for which students receive additional credit - fits comfortably within the range of what is reasonable.''
Gad! Some people! You'd think that an honors math student would want to study more calculus! I know I would!