It’s time to pass AB 3086 to provide more enrollment options for kids who need them.
So why has our education system left so many communities, especially low-income communities of color, behind?
The California Legislative Analyst’s Office recently found that our state has the second largest achievement gap for low income students in the country.
Only 36% of low income Californians met or exceeded eighth-grade English standards, compared to 68% of non-low-income students, yet California doesn’t even have a plan to improve schools that are failing kids.
Our schools—and our children—deserve better. That’s why we’re promoting AB 3086, which would:
Tell the legislature that a public education system for the privileged few is out of step with California values.