…this latest legislative act might give you a clue.
From Aris Folley’s article at thehill.com:
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has signed off on legislation banning schools in the state from suspending students for disruptive behavior.
Senate Bill 419, signed into law by Newsom on Monday, will amend the California Education Code to prohibit public and charter schools in the state from suspending students in grades 4-8 for “disrupting school activities or otherwise willfully defying the valid authority of those school personnel engaged in the performance of their duties.”
Existing law already prohibited schools from suspending or recommending expulsion for students enrolled in kindergarten or in grades 1-3 for such actions.
In other words, if a student disrupts a class, thus preventing every other student in the class from learning, the state of California says it’s okay. Go right ahead. No problem. So what if no one will learn. Who cares?
Does this make any sense to you? Because, to me, it barely rises to the level of insanity.
Simply stated, California public schools are a disaster. A disgrace. Is there any doubt about why?
And I have no sympathy for the people who live there, since they keep electing and re-electing the ones who have made it this way.
Well. look at the bright side. With no education skills, at least the would-be students are still probably capable of cleaning up the mountains of trash, human feces and drug needles left on the streets of cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles, by the huge homeless and illegal alien populations those cities have avidly recruited as permanent residents.
Hey with the $15 an hour minimum wage, at least some of these folks won’t be contributors to what they’re cleaning up.