Originally Posted by C.C.Sinned
well if we stay on the path we are on, the future generations will be undereducated and poor...
Yup, California used to had best place to education until voters passed the Prop 13 in 1970's so put public school into more poor and underperforming due to lack of funds. If you live in middle class neighborhood so you will be more likely zoned to underperforming school, unless you could afford to move to Laguna Beach or Beverly Hills to have better school, but not good as other states like Massachusetts. I heard about some school districts in wealthy neighborhoods are bad as inner city schools. Secular private school in LA metro is around over $10,000 per year, of course, they are superior to all public schools, even in wealthy neighborhood too.