Monday, September 6, 2010

Los Angeles Opens the Taj Mahal to What's Wrong with Public Schools while California is Bankrupt

There is no excuse for this. In one of the nation's worst school systems were failure is widespread and the graduation rate is an embarassment, Los Angeles opens what is by far the most expensive public school ever constructed. Absolutely nothing in this investment serves to advance student achievement; instead it is a gaudy opulent palace of Hollywood excess at a time when California can least afford it. How can any sane person justify this?  How can this have survived the approval process?  How is it no one has yet to be held responsible for this?

The first paragraph from the Wall Street Journal says it all.


Wait until the Federal Government bails out California and we get the bill.


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