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California saids that because of budget cuts, they are cancelling summer school for elementary and middle schools. High school students in jeopardy of failing can attend, so they can graduate. THIS IS RIDICULOUS! Is Gov. Schwarzenegger THAT BAD a money-manager for the state that he cannot make sure that our most "precious" assets (our children) are not deprived. Many children benefit from Summer School Programs.
Summer school was a victim of the No Child Left behind program here in Jennings last year, California done good to keep it going an extra year. I love how some one is trying to put "liberal" management into this when the Leader in that State is a Republican and No child left behind left the Money behind and everybody knows it.
California is just having a hard time with money. You can't blame only the Governor, since the whole State legislature has a say in these matters. If your lottery is anything like Ohio's, Education is not really getting that much money. people there thought they would save on school taxes when they approved a lottery, but didn't know how the money was to be allocated. Only programs that are temporary (3 years max) get the money. Check your lottery website and read how the funds are dispersed. Arkansas just voted for a lottery and I am waiting to see how they use the money.
They have spent too much on their special interests and pet programs and are trying to make voters regret voting down giving them even more money. There are plenty of places to cut, and programs covering people they shouldn't, where basic oversight would cut a great deal of cost -- but they want us to feel it. So they are closing state parks and summer schools.
California is an example of Liberal management. The legislature (including the alleged Republican Arnie) are an example of why Liberalism will never work. You can't raise taxes and expect to keep companies and citizens around. Just wait until the Obama administration does the same to the US economy. The recovery will be shot lived once the stimulus bills/budget come due. The American people have spoke, now they will pay.
Nope, california is that bad at making money. The reason isn't that they are spending so much it's that they are not getting the same amount of tax revenue
Funny how the only choices were teachers, police, and fire fighters, when cuts had to be made.
I think you might need to brush up on your education yourself. California saids?