Of course it's in California. Time and time again Cali shows they don't care about their kids. Sure it's nice to have a big fancy shcool but what good is it if you don't have good teachers?
I agree. California doesn't care about their kids and they certainly don't care about their disabled kids. There are no resources for these families.
Answer by momentofpeace at 8:42 AM on Aug. 24, 2010
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Answer by gdiamante at 11:40 AM on Aug. 24, 2010
In Los Angeles, officials say the new schools were planned long before the economic pinch and are funded by $20 billion in voter-approved bonds that do not affect the educational budget.
AND bond funds CANNOT be redirected to the general fund. That's against the law. They MUST be used for the construction project that was approved.-YEP
Read the articles provided BEFORE jumping on the bandwagons. I wonder if this is how people making decisions when they vote too- actually, I do not wonder.
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