Skeen v. State of Minnesota, 505 N.W.2d 299 (Minn. 1993).
The Minnesota Supreme Court rejected plaintiffs’ claims under the education and equal protection clauses of the state constitution, stating that “while the present system may not be perfect . . . it clearly satisfies the state's constitutional duty to provide a ‘general and uniform system of education’ to all students in the state . . . .” 505 N.W.2d at 320.