Improving Public Education

Alison St. John of member station KPBS in San Diego reports on California's attempts to improve public education. Researchers at the Policy Analysis for California Education say the state has been issuing too many education initiatives without giving schools systems a chance to adjust. In the past half decade, California has approved a string of mandates such as class size reduction, ending bilingual education, and ending social promotion.

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