Common Core is destroying LAUSD education
Despite efforts to revamp the K-12 education system in Los Angeles, new standardized test results released by the California Department of Education have shown that Los Angeles Unified School District is suffering the most, with only 33 percent of students achieving target goals for math and 25 percent in English, according to the Los Angeles Times. And it seems — though the topic is highly contested — that Common Core is the underlying root of the issue at hand.
To USC students: If you consider the future of the workforce, the educational system for your children and the state of the economy, you'll take this issue to heart. Angelenos are at the center of an educational crisis, but due to a failed program and the…
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