Wednesday, February 3, 2010

How will You Respond to the School Budget Crisis?

California cut an estimated $17 billion from the state's public schools and colleges in the last two years, according to the California School Boards Association. And more devastating cuts are forecasted for the coming school year. Meanwhile, parents are getting the picture -- and getting organized. On the next Your Call, we'll look at just how parents are responding to cuts in their children's education.

Whether you're a parent, teacher, student or school administrator, if you're affected by this crisis, join us live at 11 am or e-mail at feedback@yourcallradio.org. It's Your Call, with Sandip Roy and you.

Guests:
Suzanne Morikawa, communications manager for Parents for Public Schools and an elementary school parent.

Rachel Lederman & Alexsis Beach, parents of 4th and 7th graders at SF Community, a SFUSD K-8 school.

Click to Listen: How will You Respond to the School Budget Crisis?

1 comment:

mckemper said...

California has to stop spending money imprisoning so many, especially drug "offenders."