Editorial: No fake classes for California’s students
LA School Report | May 26, 2015
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By The Editorial Board
When it was revealed that students at Jefferson High School in South Los Angeles and other schools were being assigned to “classes” in which nothing was actually taught, many people wondered how this could happen. Isn’t it against the law to stick kids in fake classes and deprive them of basic educational opportunities?
In a word: Nope.
But declaring something illegal doesn’t automatically make it stop.
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