"Literacy Crisis" in California: Study Finds 96% Math/English Illiteracy Rate
For the most part, California educators seem to serve two primary roles: complaining about lack of funding and asking for more funding. As the state pours over $45 billion of taxpayer money into education each year, you'd think it'd be reasonable to expect above average results, if not stellar.
But no. Sadly, as we've pointed out in the past, California's educational systems ranks as one of the worst in the nation. Just how bad are we talking? The answer will shock you.
From the Sacramento Bee: