They began spitting statistics that basically said that we have been in an "education recession" for the past 30 years. getting pissed yet? Click here.
I went to public schools and this is the same problem then and now... it's ugly right now SF State and CCSF has cut over 100 sections , it will take someone over 4 years to try to graduate from a supposed "4 year college", the fees have increases 110% in the past 7 years AND they are GOING to make more budget cuts by the end of this year.
After school programs, mental health services, art and sports programs ALL CUT, did you know MISSION High School had their JV football team cut. This is ridiculous!! and we are allowing it to occur under our nose. Remember when we talked about "community" this is part of it. Ensure that our future has a future.
WE CAN'T ALLOW THIS TO HAPPEN. WE ARE INTELLIGENT AND OUR EDUCATION MATTERS.
Are you aware that people with higher education levels are less likely to commit violent crimes?.... Any how this will be continued. 1. SRxMM @Nina_Parks Wow. California 48th In Education Perhaps Shutting Down Schools + Higher Influx of Students Is Where They May Begin. To Shut Down Schools In Vallejo, Cram More Students Into An Existing Overpopulated One Will Lessen Student Outreach. Education Also Starts At Home. Parents Let's Take Pride In Our Youth + Invest More Time In Them As Well.
5.BeatKnoxX @Nina_Parks I think its because this state focuses on things other than education when they need to adjust the budget with the edu system... at the forefront starting with preschool. Closing schools and cutting programs only add fire to the flame and with one of... ...the largest economies and schools like ucla, cal, and stanford to name a few, you'd think they'd care more about education.
8.itsjustgoldie @Nina_Parks Re prioritization of fundzzz. I grew up in Vallejo+our schools were taken over by the state+went further down hill cus it became lower on the totem pole of priorities. I did NOT get the bulk of my education from my California schools.
14. rbellon @Nina_Parks better treatment of California teachers will lead to bettering the students education, as well as increased supplies how can we expect students to value their education if we wont invest in it, and them.
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