Sunday's column from LA times columnist Steve Lopez talked about Don’t Hold Us Back.
Six million, give or take. That’s how many children are in public school in California.
Arguably, we won’t have a strong economic future if they don’t get a good education.
But boy, do the grown-ups love to muck things up for the kids.
Politics, ego, endless skirmishes between school districts and teacher unions — it all gets in the way of the kids’ best interests. And California spends less per pupil than all but a few states when you adjust for regional cost-of-living differences, leading to an annual ritual of laying off thousands of teachers and other staffers.
But in Los Angeles, the status quo is under attack.
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