96 Percent School “Crisis”: Lawsuit Takes On California As $10 Billion In Annual Funds Do NOTHING

They demand that educators do something about the “literacy crisis” gripping the state.

When it comes to literacy and the delivery of basic education, California is dragging down the nation.” One school had only four percent of its students who could handle basic reading, writing, and arithmetic. Liberal California is being sued by former and current students, teachers, and advocacy groups for failing to provide even a basic education.

The state prides itself on it’s “sanctuary” policy of welcoming illegal immigrants with open arms yet they can’t manage to balance their budget. As the state continues to attract illegals like moths, the latest budget figures show “services which go to California’s illegal population add between $4 billion and $6 billion in state spending.” Most of that money “goes to provide public education to children who are here illegally.

All DOE spokesperson Bill Ainsworth could come up with when asked for comment is “California has one of the most ambitious programs in the nation to serve low-income students.” He also bragged about the $10 Billion per year the state spends on “English language learners, foster children, and students from low-income families.” …

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