California isn't doing enough to teach kids how to read
News on December 13, 2017
Too many California children can’t read, and the state doesn’t have an adequate plan to fix the problem, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
The complaint, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court by the advocacy law firm Public Counsel, alleges that the state is not meeting its constitutional responsibility to educate all children
California lags behind the national average in both reading and writing for fourth- and eighth-graders, according to national education data.
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