December 15 | Sacramento Bee

Tuesday’s meeting of the Assembly Education Committee quickly evolved into a sharp-edged skirmish in California’s perpetual war over the direction of its public schools.

A loose coalition of civil rights and school reform groups has been battling with the education establishment on multiple fronts over how to deal with the “achievement gap” that separates millions of poor and/or “English learner” students from their more affluent classmates. 

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